I am exploring, thinking and prototyping computational solutions
for existing interaction problems and future interfaces.
I am a Master of Science in Computational Design candidate from Carnegie Mellon University. My interest lands on the applicable interdisciplinary field of Sensing, Human-computer Interaction, IoT and Ubiquitous Computing. My self-motivated personality push me to explore and thinker around future Human-Computer Interfaces and Interactions. I have both engineering and design backgrounds, one of which helps me to explore the world with imagination and creativity, while the other provides me with logical thinking and hands-on skill
Course project, collaborated with Benjamin Orgera for CMU 16-362/16-862 Mobile Robot Algorithm course. Main goal is to provide Matlab code for the Raspbot to be able to autonomously find the pallet, generate the trajectory, realize and recover from the error, and pick up the targets. Topics include Perceptive & Coordinated Control, Cubic Spiral Trajectory Generation, Motion Planner, Feedback and Feedforward Control, Dead Reckoning, Odometry, SLAM.
This is a teamwork Data Visualization Framework wrote in JAVA for CMU 17-214/17-514 (Principle of Software Construction: Object, Design and Concurrency) which won the Best Framework of 18 Spring.
A studio conceptual design work from 2015. The idea is providing a prefabricated modular solution for multipurpose residential which the space can be re-organized.
Studio 317 work in the first semester of Master of Architecture 3.5 program in Washington University in St.Louis in 2016. A cafe located in Forest Park in STL to connect bikers and pedestrians.
Conceptual & researching design work from 2015, Provide an urban renewal proposal for an old town area.