My works resides at the intersection of control theory and robotics, the intersection of theory and experiment.
I possess a wide range of analytical skills that encompass control theory subjects, such as robust, adaptive, nonlinear & linear, optimal and embedded control, to name a few. Additionally, I can combine my inspirations from nature with cutting-edge technological advancements to design state-of-the-art machines.
In recent years, electronic devices that are anchored to small form factor (SFF) computing units and sensors have experienced considerable growth. They have high performance and are affordable. Part manufacturing technology reinvigorated by automation technology and new material science has diminished our manufacturing wait time to a few hours. Additive manufacturing machines (AMM) showcase novel prototyping approaches and seamlessly convert our computer-assisted designs to metal, plastic and reinforced polymer parts.