I am an undergraduate research assistant working in the Intelligent Machine Dynamics Laboratory under the advisement of Dr. Wayne Book I am currently working on a passive haptic robotic device called PTER (Passive Trajectory Enhancing Robot). PTER is able to resist human motion in programmed directions to create barriers or paths for the user to follow. I am specifically involved with improving the force and motion sensors located on PTER for better precision and feedback.
I am currently in my fifth year at Georgia Tech and will graduate in May with a Bachelor's of Mechanical Engineering. I previously worked for The Torrington Company as a co-op student and I am involved in Chi Psi fraternity and FASET. For more information on me check out my resume.