As a physics student, I enjoy searching for understanding of nature and the world. Whether in engineering, design or art, I've come to realize physics offers me a unique perspective in problem solving and all that I do.
Check out some of the projects I'm working on below:
Starting freshman year, I worked with a small team of engineers to build an RV-7, a two person aircraft.
On campus, I maintain bikes for students at no cost and build new bikes from old parts. Whenever I can, I also enjoy working on projects in the machine shop.
Building off a my submersible from the fall of 2017, my team of 3 developed all the systems involved in a programmable robot capable of navigating to waypoints, anchoring to the seafloor, taking data and returning to the starting location.
In my Engineering Systems class (Fall 2017), I worked on an underwater submersible designed to take temperature and pressure readings in a lake setting.
Loc IV rocket. My upcoming goal is to complete my Level 1 high power rocket certification.
(Spring 2018) With support from the physics department and Electronics Lab, I worked in a team of 3 to develop an Arduino interfaced weather module to be mounted on the department roof. An extension of the project involved launching a similar station to 100,000ft.
I've taken to the sky working on advancing my pilot's license and learning as much as I can about aerospace.