I’m a research-oriented electrical engineer, most recently hailing from Apple, where I worked as a hardware engineer on the Apple Watch, iPhone X, and next-generation display technologies. I love building things, big and small! My academic research background lies at the intersection of the fabrication of nano- and micro-scale optoelectronics, materials, and applied physics. I hope to pursue a research-track career in robotics and digital fabrication.

I graduated from Princeton University in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and minors in applications of computing and materials science. I received my master’s degree from MIT in 2013 in electrical engineering and computer science.

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