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I'm currently a doctorate student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. My current research project is on developing hardware and software platforms, designing control systems, and identifying dynamics of autonomous indoor blimps as well as miniature underwater and surface vehicles.
I believe the novel electromechanical design, advanced feedback control, and modern computing technology are tightly coupled process in order to achieve truly superior performance.
I also seek to leverage the latest advancements in physics, materials, electronics, control theory, and machine learning to enable new system designs with ground-breaking performance.
Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020
Major: Electrical and Computer Engineering
Minor: Mechanical Engineering
Thesis: Design and Control of an Indoor Miniature Autonomous Blimp
Advisor: Prof. Fumin Zhang (Co-chair of IEEE Marine Robotics Tech. Committee)
B.S. Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015
Major: Electrical Engineering
Graduate with highest honors (top 5%)
Mechatronic design for robotic platforms
Miniature aerial and aquatic robots
Marine sensors and subsea communications
Modeling, identification, and control system design
Applications of machine learning and computer vision