I adapt to each student's skill level and try to come up with and use useful examples to make the connection between the theory and practice clearer. Physics is not some abstract concept such as mathematics, however, in order to understand or better yet to communicate ideas in our modern view of physics it is necessary to understand the math, which I try to make as intuitive as possible.
I am a current robotics engineering Ph.D graduate student at the University of California - Santa Cruz working on mathematical models for autonomous vehicles such as UAVs and writing code for them. My research uses Newtonian, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian classical physics, stochastic mechanics and vector calculus.
2016 to current: Pursuing a Ph.D., Computer Engineering, The University of California, Santa Cruz. Emphasis in Robotics & Control.
2012 to 2016: B.S., Computer Engineering, The University of California, Santa Cruz. Emphasis in Robotics & Control. Minor, Applied Mathematics.
2014 to current: Researcher in Stochastic Control
2015: Summer Undergraduate Research Experience – Interdisciplinary Program in High Performance Computing in University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Mathematics and Statistics department.
2012: Summer High School Research Experience – Physics in University of California, Santa Cruz, SCIPP.
2016,2017,2018: Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Feedback Control. University of California, Santa Cruz, Jack Baskin School of Engineering.
2018: Teaching Assistant for Probability and Statistics for Engineers. University of California, Santa Cruz, Jack Baskin School of Engineering.
2018: Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Programming. University of California, Santa Cruz, Jack Baskin School of Engineering.
2017,2018,2019: Teaching Assistant for Fundamentals of Robot Kinematics and Dynamics. University of California, Santa Cruz, Jack Baskin School of Engineering.
Tutor for various programming, data structures, algorithm classes in C and Java.
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