Time's up

last updated: August 24, 2016

With two days left for the sophomore year to begin, time's nearly up. I have had a great summer thus far: visited my home in India, performed research at the Agile Robotics Laboratory, practised card magic, learned about interesting math, and cooked (Well, heated dehydrated food with water.) For long through the break, I felt very lost: what shall I concentrate in? What courses and activities shall I pursue?. Only to realise that I need to be lost to find myself. I hope the courses this year help me better determine how I can attain my ultimate goal: to build tangible products for society to benefit from. 

Research @ Harvard

last updated: August 9, 2016

It is incredible to study abstract mathematical structures like quaternions (4 dimensional numbers) and apply such theory to practice with ~ $1M camera equipment. The Agile Robotics Laboratory at Harvard has enabled me to work on precisely what I so dearly love: the intersection of Physics, Mathematics, and CS; I love to question while Zac - the postdoc in the picture - loves to explain. We are working on creating non-linear estimation algorithms & mechanical morphing wing mechanisms for aggressive UAV flight maneuvers.