I am a computer enthusiast and enjoy almost everything to do with computers, from low-level logic circuits to high-level programming. I am especially interested in embedded programming, operation systems, program security, network security, and network protocols. In addition to my computer enthusiasm, I have a large interest in high school level education in computational thinking.
Outstanding Research and Presentation
Awards: 1st Oral Presentation - Computer Science, 1st Written Presentation - Computer Science. The awards included an invitation to the American Junior Academy of Science.
Bachelor of Science
Computer Science, with an interest in Education, Math, and Langauge
Trust-Based Mixed-Initiative Teleoperation of Mobile Robots is a scheme for the bilateral teleoperation of mobile robotic systems using a quadrotor, ground robot, and a haptic feedback device. In the scheme, control is shared between human and autonomous controllers with the human controller having force feedback cues. Two-way trust models are calculated to dynamically scale each control input for optimal performance and reduced physical workload of the human operator. The results indicate that the proposed scheme improves task performance by 31% and reduces the operator workload by 23.9%.
Vision-Based Control of a Quadrotor uses a quadrotor and its two mounted cameras to have the quadrotor perform basic analysis of its environment and make decisions based on it. It includes basic applications for following a marked path or object and an extensible interface for writing more complex autonomous logic.