I am a fourth-year Computer Science student at the University of Wisconsin. I am interested in the intersection of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, specifically relating to embedded systems and electric machines.
I believe that technologies are most disruptive when a passionate individual spans their entire lifetime — starting with initial research, to concept conception, through design and prototyping, to entrepreneurial roll out — and I strive to be that eager contributor.
Low-level systems excite me most, ranging from fully-featured computer operating systems to deeply embedded systems running on dedicated hardware to control physical applications.
Severson Research Group
January 2018 - Present
Created initial hardware design for Advanced Motor Drive Controller (AMDC). Developed low-level firmware libraries to control board hardware. Ported existing bearingless motor control algorithms to run on new AMDC platform. Developed electric machine modeling framework for machine design and optimization. Used framework to design optimal bearingless machine for flywheel energy storage in VTOL / UAV applications.
Summer 2017, Summer 2018
Projects for Digital Radio team developing embedded firmware running on radio tuner/demodulator/coprocessor devices. Optimized memory utilization of module using pool-based allocation, created system tracing framework and visualization. Designed and built PCB for customers that enables easily interfacing host system to embedded devices over SPI.
UW-Madison Computer Systems Lab
March 2016 - September 2018
Summer 2013, Summer 2014
Automated testing of mobile performance tool, developed Android app to visualize device metrics and created Qt GUI for Pintool interaction.
University of Wisconsin - Madison
B.S. Computer Science, expected May 2019
Advisor: Eric Severson
Will graduate with Distinction
Varsity Men's Rowing letterman
Grainger Power Engineering Undergraduate Award
Accepted April 2019
Recognition of scholarly achievements in the field of power engineering.
1 of 5 undergraduate awardees at UW-Madison.
Big Ten Conference
Distinguished Scholar Award
Recognition of student-atheletes who have recorded a minimum grade-point average (GPA) of 3.7 or higher for the previous academic year. 1 of 6 awardees from Wisconsin Men's Rowing.
Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA)
Recognition of student-atheletes with top academic standing as well as high athletic performance. 1 of 6 awardees from Wisconsin.