Posts Tagged ‘USC’

PlaneTools May 6, 2011 No Comments

  My biggest contribution to USC’s AeroDesign Team this year was a new MATLAB repository called PlaneTools. PlaneTools includes a collection of programs that aim to make airplane design easier. Chief among these programs is a mission simulator with simulates an airplane’s flight based on the rules of the AIAA Design/Build/Fly competition that we make [...]

Grand Challenges LED Display October 6, 2010 No Comments

This year USC is hosting the National Academy of Engineering’s Grand Challenges Summit. One of my advisors at school has been putting in a lot of work for the summit, so I decided to make him this cool little display. It is battery powered and controlled by an Arduino mini. What do you think?

BeoHawk Takes Flight! January 21, 2010 No Comments

BeoHawk, a new quad-rotor helicopter that is being developed at USC’s iLab, has taken its first flight. This flight was a major milestone for Aerial Robotics Team’s goal of competing in the AUVSI International Aerial Robotics Competition. This year’s competition focuses on retrieving a USB flash drive in high security office building. The robot will [...]

CSCI 445 Robot May 4, 2009 No Comments

My favorite class so far at USC has been CSCI 445. The class is a general introduction to robots and teaching students a broad range of topics from robot kinematics to robot learning. Bust the best part of the class was the final project. The final project asks each group of students to create a [...]

New Job at Illumin Magazine April 22, 2008 No Comments

Hello everyone! I have just secured a new job for myself for the next school year. The job is with Illumin Magazine, an online magazine put out by the Viterbi School of Engineering at the University of Southern California. The goal of Illumin is to illustrate the many ways engineering benefits and impacts our daily [...]