Mentor: Dr. William Eisenstadt
College of Engineering
"I applied to the Scholars program because I wished to broaden my area of experience. I hope to learn not only how to responsibly conduct research, but I also want to explore the areas of my particular interest. My goals for the academic year include academic excellence as well as acquiring valuable experience."
National Achievement Scholarship
Bright Futures Scholarship
Time/Temperature Integrator Laboratory
Navigators Campus Ministry
SpinCore Technologies Inc.
Hobbies and Interests
- Playing and Watching Sports
- Playing Board Games
The Design of a Particular Radio Frequency Application and its Implementation in a Commercial Environment
In my selected research, I work with the applications of Radio Frequency; especially its viability in a commercial setting. My project involves moving a particular device (Time-Temperature Integrator) toward completion and potential sale. There are numerous tasks which need to be completed: hardware design, embedded software design, hardware construction, and commercial implementation. Although I work in tandem with a research group, my particular goals are to move the device toward completion especially in the areas of hardware construction and embedded software design. Furthermore, after the device has been prepared for a commercial introduction, I am interested in working with companies to properly implement the device.