I am a fifth year University Scholar at Northeastern University with a dual major in electrical and computer engineering. I am a part of the Northeastern Wireless Club, which has an awesome workspace and support for electronics projects. I am also public relations representative for Northeastern's Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, a campus tour guide, and a member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Civic Engagement Program, and NUHacks.
I became interested in RF engineering when I was first employed by a Department of Homeland Security lab working to build millimeter wave radar for airport security. I continued on to work in millimeter wave communications at a startup called Starry. . After working at Starry for a semester, I went out to California to spent a semester on the Wireless Design team at Apple. . I am now back in Boston working at Starry, and I am seeking employment post-graduation next Spring.
I attended my first hackathon as a high school senior in 2014 and was hooked from then on. In the last 4 years, I have attended fifteen hackathons, winning eight awards, including a gold medal at BU and bronze medals at Columbia and NYU. I am also the co-founder of Northeastern's Hackathon, HuskyHacks. My hackathon projects can be found in my Devpost portfolio. Outside of hackathons, I have also spent free time building UAVs, a plasma speaker, and a high frequency cryptocurrency arbitrage bot.