Hello! 👋

I'm a 3rd year Computer Science major at the University of California, Riverside.

Currently, I'm looking for a summer 2021 Software Engineering Internship opportunity!

Feel free to reach out if you would like to connect through email or LinkedIn!

Here you can find out more about my work experience as well as the personal projects I've worked on!

Experience 💻

🚀 NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, June 2020 - September 2020
  • Worked on the Europa Clipper mission where the main task was to translate over 50 English based flight rules into formal first-order logic to assist future software development teams in translating flight rules into modeling code.

  • Created various different states as well as utilized interval algebra to create time-based logic statements, necessary for time-critical flight rules.

  • Utilized Modelica to model the impacts of flight rule violations on various different spacecraft components in order to gain an understanding of the ”worst possible outcome” of a violated flight rule.

  • Assisted a fellow design intern team in drafting up a front-end tool that utilized HTML, CSS, and Javascript, in order to lead to a more intuitive display of various flight rules for engineers not familiar with the current way flight rules, were expressed.
🔬 General Atomics, June 2019 - September 2019
  • Deployed on-site at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory working for the Nation Ignition Facility group (NIF).

  • Utilized Python to develop automated image analysis software for X-Ray spectroscopy from experiments conducted at NIF.

  • Increased efficiency and reduced processing time by over 80% by only downloading data that was pertinent to the analysis, thus allowing data collection and analysis to be done within a minute.

  • Reduced analysis times while increasing accuracy to about 90% for image analysis done on a wide range of experimental data spanning over 5 years of experiments.

  • Created a poster for the 2019 Lawrence Livermore National Lab Poster Symposium that was selected for the Top 5 of all the projects from the National Ignition Facility (NIF)
☀️ University of California, San Diego Center for Energy Research, July 2017 - August 2017
  • Designed, tested, and implemented code that uses ComputerVision in Python to help identify the position of the sun and other objects in the sky with 75% accuracy.

  • The program, using a camera's live feed to get input, detected the brightest spots in the given scenario to help identify the location of the sun.

  • This was used to help improve weather predictions for solar power plants in order to change power output in anticipation of weather events.

Projects 🚧

Personal Website
September 2020 - Current

Working on adding new features to this website! Built using a React framework, NextJS and hosted through Vercel!

F1 Predictions
August 2020 - Current

Taking user input of F1 qualifying positions and comparing it to data from previous races in order to create a model that will predict the results of the race. All built out into a nice front-end website!

ACM@UCR Website
April 2020 - Current

Responsible for maintenance, adding new additions, and new implementing new features for ACM@UCR's website built with Node.JS, HTML, and SCSS.

Car Bazaar
Rose Hack 2020 Winner

Website that would take in user input to create a car sale listing as well as adding a social media aspect where users could share car-related media. Built with Flask, HTML, CSS, and Google Firebase.

September 2019 - December 2019

UNIX-sylle shell that we had to create using C++ for CS100 (Object Oriented Design). This project helped us learn how to build something from the ground up, using design patterns that helped make the project extensible.

Submitted for Cutie Hack 2018

Android Application that would translate a printed menu into a text file on the application using OpenCV and Google Firebase.