In 2020 (during quarantine), I was unable to go to climbing gyms, so my housemate and I built a climbing wall in our backyard. I also created a web app to save routes that we set on the wall. I also experimented with using computer vision to automate the process of identifying holds on the wall.
In 2018-2019, I worked on a NASA design project with fellow community college students. My team traveled to the Johnson Space Center in Houston, where I was the test conductor and taught NASA divers how to use the team's device for testing in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.
I have experience working with ROS, Lego Mindstorms EV3, FIRST Robotics hardware (and Roborio), VEX robotics hardware (and v5 Robot Brain), raspberry pi, arduino, and I also built a desktop computer to triple boot Windows, Ubuntu, and Hackintosh.
I enjoy technical writing, and have experience using LaTeX to prepare documentation and technical papers.
A redacted version of the design proposal that earned Quintessence a trip to NASA's Johnson Space Center: CLaMP.
An abstract describing a project that used machine learning for dynamical modeling of a flexible inverted pendulum robotic system.
A paper describing a project focused on modeling and control of a flexible inverted pendulum robotic system.
An abstract describing development of a sensing capability for a NASA robot, RASSOR.