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Yale University

I am currently a PhD Student in Mechanical Engineering at Yale University (started August 2017, completed MS and MPhil in 2019). My research interests include dexterous manipulation with underactuated robotic hands, motion planning, and machine learning for dexterous tasks. Ultimately, I want to enable robots to better interact with human-made, unstructured environments. I conduct my research in the GRAB Lab led by Professor Aaron Dollar. Please visit our website by clicking on the image below:

Institution: Yale University
Degree Sought: PhD in Engineering and Applied Sciences (Robotics) 
Degrees Received: MPhil & MS in Engineering and Applied Sciences (Robotics) 
GPA: Received Honors (equivalent to an A) in all 10 graduate courses 
(Current) Thesis Title: "Learning Variant-Agnostic Models for Dexterous Manipulation
                                                 with Underactuated Robotic Hands"
Advisor: Prof. Aaron Dollar 


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Youngstown State University

I attended Youngstown State University as a recipient of the Leslie H. Cochran University Scholars program, granting a 4-year tuition and housing scholarship based on outstanding academic achievement. During my tenure, I spent much of my time volunteering within the city of Youngstown (over 100 hours logged each year), along with helping the newly formed Honors College grow.  
Institution: Youngstown State University 
Major 1: Computer/Digital Electrical Engineering 
Major 2: Computer Science 
Minor: Mathematics 
Overall GPA: 3.98/4.0 
Major GPA: 4.0/4.0 

National Recognition as an Undergraduate

In June of 2016, I was named a Tau Beta Pi Scholar and in June of 2017, I was named a Tau Beta Pi Graduate Fellow. This national engineering honor society is one of the oldest honor societies in the United States, and is comprised of several chapters within every state. Approximately 250 students are awarded this scholarship and only 20 graduate students are awarded this fellowship every year. 

On March 31, 2016, I was named a Barry M. Goldwater Scholar. This scholarship is ranked among the most prestigeous STEM scholarships for undergraduates in the United States. It was an honor to represent my friends, family, and univeristy in this manner as being the 7th person ever to receive such a recognition from YSU.