Designed and built a robot to autonomously collect, sort, and score red and green cylinders into their respective goals for 6.146 Mobile Autonomous Systems Laboratory. Our robot got 3rd place in the final competition!
Developed, taught, and created course website for a month-long summer curriculum that introduces students to the basics of programming, computer vision, and robotics for autonomous vehicles. Taught the pilot Summer and Fall school-year programs, as well as a Winter educator's training session for local teachers looking to incorporate more hands-on learning into their classes. Curriculum was developed as part of the MIT BeaverWorks Summer Institute.
Designed and built adaptive earrings that changes shape according to user activity level and environmental stimulus. Final project for 6.810 Engineering Interactive Technologies.
In Fall 2018, I developed an interest for integrated technologies, ultimately deep-diving into various project-based courses to learn more. This quickly became my favorite semester at MIT! I completed multiple HCI-related mini-projects during this time, such as the multitouch pad music tiles, LED candle, color organ, and air pong. Classes include: 6.810 Engineering Interactive Technologies, 6.111 Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory, and 6.070 Electronics Project Laboratory.
Course assignment website for 6.S198 Deep Learning Practicum. Projects explore deep learning by applying fundmental techniques to practical applications. Final project involved designing a deep learning network for predictive protein folding.
Designed and implemented algorithms to make mini racecars fully autonomous. Labs provided a comprehensive overview of mobile robotics and autonomous vehicles (ie. control and estimation theory, computational perception, computer vision, and motion planning). Project website for 6.141 Robotics: Science and Systems.
Created an automated speech system that helps elementary school students prepare for spelling bee competitions. Final project for 6.902 Engineering Innovation and Design.
Sabina and Diane are on a mission to create anime adaptations on ice! Our goal is to translate the meaningful messages we get from anime shows and songs into something that skating fans, especially those who don't care much for anime, can also ponder and enjoy.
Water Rocket Lab and Flight Competition for MIT Aerospace Department's Unified Engineering (16.001-16.004). Optimized aircraft parameters and constructed launch items according to specifications by applying fundamental aerospace engineering disciplines.
My undergraduate research project (UROP) for the City Science group in the MIT Media Lab. Using geolocation, ratings, topic and sentiment breakdown data, I designed an interactive map that highlights specific business locations in Andorra based on selected user preferences.
Throughout my time at MIT, I've taken courses that spanned the range of computer science, electronics, aerospace engineering, leadership, and project management. I used my time at the Institute to explore many fields of interests. There are just too many fun things to learn. Check out the courses I've taken!