I’ve always had a fascination with robotics ever since I was a little kid. Something about being able to design a mechanical substitute for human behavior that would either otherwise put a human in danger or somehow be able to assist a handicapped human being in day-to-day activities has been something I’ve been working on since I can remember.
Along the way, I’ve picked up a few things on my own, including coding, programming, retail, photo editing, even printing/publishing. I’ve been given great opportunities to expand my knowledge of the world via my travels across the United States and abroad.
What I’ve always kept in mind is that to not only be proud of my own work, but also be humble when others present their work. You never know what sorts of job/project opportunities would bring your own research or project to their doorsteps.
I’ve always enjoyed writing meaningful articles on a regular basis, especially on topics that I’m passionate about. My short stint at The Florida Tech Crimson gave me a chance to learn some pretty awesome programs and be able to run some of the best publishing programs out there today, with the possibility of learning interactive publishing in the future.
Mechanical engineering’s a vast field of endless possibilities. To put it roughly, it covers just about every single moving object that isn’t somehow moving organically or by cosmic forces. (and even then some of the most cutting edge mech-e’s are even pushing towards the biophysics and astro/gravity powered mechanical devices) I’ve been asked since it’s really such a vast field, which area(s) I want to specialize in. I’ve had years to refine my answer, but it’s still pretty vast. I enjoy the integration and mechanical side of robotics, which include standardized mechanical/robotic arm design, automated manufacturing, and other machinery design topics.
I’m currently residing in San Francisco, California, but I still have many ties with organizations in Melbourne, Florida. And after having lived in the Melbourne/Palm Bay/Titusville Metropolitan Area in Florida for half a decade, I sincerely miss Florida weather as I ditched it for the forever foggy weather I get here in San Francisco.
I am currently at this location:
One reason to move off-campus – FASTER INTERNET!
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