Graduate Student Systems Engineering Ira A Fulton Engineering
A highly motivated and enthusiastic graduate research student studying in the field of Robotics and Non-Destructive Testing. With a strong background in Mechanical Engineering, I am deeply interested in exploring innovative ways to apply robotics technology in the field of non-destructive testing. Through various projects and coursework, I have gained extensive knowledge in areas such as image processing, machine learning, and control systems, which are now utilized to develop new and improved methods for detecting and diagnosing issues in various structures and materials. During my Master’s Progam at ASU, I participated in various Devil’s Invent Hackathons and won numerous prizes, and gained skills that have helped me quickly prototype complex Minimum Viable Products (MVP).
In my free time, I enjoy tinkering with some small electronics and robotics projects and that helps me learn about new advancements in my field.
I hope to make a positive impact in the world through my research and am excited to continue my studies to help solve real-world problems.
Bachelor of Engineering, Electronics Engineering
Master's of Science, Robotics and Autonomous Systems Engineering ( Concentration: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering )