I am a PhD student at the University of Michigan in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. I am currently working under Prof. Robert Dick. I started in Fall 2017 and am expected to graduate in 2022.
I am currently using machine learning, image processing, and atmospheric modeling techniques to estimate the level of air quality via images.
My research interests include machine learning, embedded systems, control theory, signal processing, and communication networks. In my past research, I have: (1) developed a suite of wireless sensor platforms to track their own position and orientation, (2) designed a power management algorithm to increase the battery life of deer-monitoring devices, and (3) created a brand new data visualization map in Java that incorporated GPS, radio, and acceleration data from a deer-sensing network.