I am a researcher at the
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. I lead project PETALS, which aims to create visual support devices
for use by humanitarian deminers.
I graduated from Harvard College in 2010 with a degree in Computer Science. My undergraduate thesis studied the effects of displaying metallic fields as visual patterns to novice deminers. This research evolved into PETALS.
My projects have touched on areas such as computer graphics, robotics, cognitive psychology, database design, artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction.
I hope to pursue multi-disciplinary research in the areas of HCI and AI at the graduate level with continued involvement in, but not limited to, landmine detection technology.