I am a technologist and maker dedicated to improving the world through my creations. I had designed and built numerous products and prototypes (hardware and software) thorough internships, side projects, and hackathons (24 so far). Currently, I am pursuing a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley.
I am currently looking for internship and research opportunities for the summer of 2020. Please feel free to contact me!
2019.6 - 2019.8
HAX is the world's largest and most active accelerator and early-stage investor for startups with a hardware element. HAX is part of SOSV, a global venture capital firm with 650+ million USD assets under management.
My role includes: design thinking, mechatronics system design, and rapid prototyping on most-needed research and development challenges of accelerator's portfolio companies. Due-diligence, interview, and technical deep-dive for evaluating startups; strategy for new venture recruitment and expansion.
2018.6 - 2018.8
Interaxon is the leading company in consumer brain-computer interfaces. Worked in research & development directly under the CTO. Conducted software architecture research and development, rapid prototyping, and user experience testing for Muse 2, the second generation of the Muse brain-sensing headband; Created mind-controlled multi-media installations for events.
2017.2 - 2018.7
Co-founded and organised China's largest youth hackathon (24 hours, 300 & 500 students respectively) in 2017 and 2018. Was in charge of program planning and on-site operations. Secured sponsorship from tech companies such as Amazon and Cisco; Planned and delivered 10 pre-event workshops.
2016.12 - 2017.11
Promoted computer science education across the Greater Toronto Area by organising Canada's largest high school hackathon THacks2 at University of Toronto with sponsorship from companies like Google and RBC; Planned and hosted three tech workshops (JSBoost, BrainBrowse, TechNights).
2019.8 - now
Graduating in 2023
Berkeley, California, USA
Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholar (the most prestigious scholarship offered by UC Berkeley to entering undergraduate students), Engineering Scholars as Engaged Scholars.
Intended minor in Bioengineering and History.
2015.9 - 2019.6
Director of Communication and Technology of World Affairs Conference, Co-founder and Club Head of Engineering Society, Horizons Robotics Volunteer Lead, Varsity Cross Country Running Team, Senior Wind Ensemble, Hackathon Coordinator of the Digital Media and Computer Science Club, Robotics Club, Rowing Team, Intermediate Jazz Band.
2017.7 - 2017.8
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Attended 4-week residential startup incubator program at MIT Sloan School of Management. Started Lendridge, a peer-to-peer rental services for electronics and camping equipment.
2016.7 - 2016.8
Learned about cutting-edge technologies (machine learning, bio-inspired nanotechnology materials, rocket design) and engineering techniques in an advanced lab environment.
2016.7 - 2016.7
Invited to a math camp designed for the top Grade 9 students in the Greater Toronto Area, organized by the Canadian Mathematical Society at York University.
2015.7 - 2015.8
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Learned about mathematical logic concepts, calculations, and applications for 3 weeks at Johns Hopkins University.
I like to design products and I have attended many university-level hackathons to practice my prototyping skills in team settings.
The interaction between devices and humans fascinates me and I love developing new expereinces that enhance human ability and relationship with robotics.
I have developed many robotics and hardware projects. I love engineering a system and putting mechinical, electrical, and embeded systems together.
I have created many software systems (web and native) to automate workflow and gain insights.
I love proving phenomena and exploring possibilities by doing research.
I am very involved educating and building the youth tech community. I have been involved in Horizons Robotics tutoring (teaching 5-graders from public school robotics) as well as organizing three large-scale hackathons and many workshops.