Mentor: Dr. Yong-Kyu Yoon
College of Electrical and Computer Engineering
"Research offers many opportunities to get involved in novel and experimental settings, while providing a glimpse of what post-graduate academic work is like. It’s a great learning opportunity."
- Neural Engineering
- CH2MHill (CE) College of Engineering Scholarship
- HHMI Intramural Research Award
- FL Academic Scholar
- Dean's List
Society of Asian Scientist and Engineers (SASE)
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
Forever Bloom Alliance (FBA)
- Food Drives
- Environmental Clean ups
- Salvation Army
Hobbies and Interests
Versatility of Carbon nanofibers applications in microelectrode array and pressure sensor.
With the guidance of Dr. Yong-Kyu Yoon, Sheng-Po Fang, and Anthony Machado, I will be exploring the benefits and feasibility of carbon nanofiber in different applications such as constructing a microelectrode array for neural studies and fabricating a pressure sensor for wearable device. Carbon Nanofibers are ideal for both applications due to low cost, good electrical connectivity, high gauge factor, and high surface to volume ratio.