Organizations and Teamwork

Some organizations I was involved with are listed below:

Columbia University Robotics Club

Columbia Robotics Club

Software Team

Sep 2020 – Present

• Simulated robot motion and control in an underwater environment on ROS gazebo using lift-drag plugin.
• Created a virtual model of the rover and optimized design using SolidWorks.
• Worked closely with Mechanical team to make improvements to MATE ROV servicability, propeller layout, manipulator durability and chassis boyancy.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

Metropolitan Section

Feb 2021 – Present

• Actively involved with group as an Executive Committee Member.
• Connected with members through networking events and stayed up to date with latest trends in the industry.

Purdue Hackers

Purdue Hackers


Aug 2015 – May 2016

• Planned, executed and participated in hackathons.
• Coordinated workshops for app/web development.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

Purdue Section

Sep 2015 – May 2016

• Coordinated with faculty on applying their research to meaningful engineering projects.
• Partook in monthly meetings and contributed to the growth of the section.


Purdue Electric Vehicle Grand Prix

Suspension Team

Aug 2013 – Jun 2014

• Analyzed the vehicle dynamics, compared loading metrics (cornering lateral forces and slip angles) to benchmark data.
• Modeled the kinematics of the suspension geometry to understand ride and handling (roll, pitch and yaw).
• Assembled two electric vehicles and finished 2nd place out of 15 teams at the Collegiate evGrand Prix hosted at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Target Corporation

Target Corporation & Periscope

Brand Ambassador Manager

Aug 2013 – Aug 2014

• Managed Brand Ambassadors for Target's 'Back-to-College' shopping event.
• Grow Target's consumer base within the collegiate community and increased brand awareness.
• Drive digital engagement with the brand through authentic social media content.

Boiler Gold Rush

Purdue Boiler Gold Rush International (BGRi)

Team Leader

Jan 2013 – May 2014

• Brought together a diverse team of 8 students from all races and ethnicities.
• Introduced cross cultural training programs, such as FISH! Philosophy, to the teams and professional staff.
• The FISH! Philosophy allows organizations to be successful, build strong relationships and make incredible experiences for others.