I'm an electrical engineer interested in designing hardware that can bridge the gap between humans, machines, and AI, combining them to make something greater than the sum of their parts. I enjoy working with embedded systems and playing with microcontrollers. In my off-time, I'm usually learning a new language or figuring out how my car works.
I've made some pretty cool projects, such as a portable USB battery for charging phones while travelling, and an unsupervised image segmentation algorithm based on the work of Deng and Clausi that uses a Markov Random Field. Check it out, it's on Github. I once wrote a software-defined radio PSK31 transceiver using GNU Radio. I was also part of a group in university that went on to develop a third-place-finishing nanosatellite for the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge.