I'm an enthusiastic engineer who loves a cool problem that gets my hands dirty. My engineering abilities extend directly from my personal hobbies
including computer, automotive, and marine work that have given me outlets to experiment with new ideas. Currently, I work at the New Jersey Institute of Technology's Center for
Solar-Terrestrial Research. I assist with various projects including data acquisition in the deep Antarctic field for the Automatic Geophysical Observatories,
as well as research in collaboration with HamSCI to conduct science using amateur radio.
I have a passion for the design as well as the installation of my ideas and like to see my projects through to the end. Check out my project portfolio on this site to see some of my past work!
5-Port 12V Car Switch
Running short on 12V outlets? Build a switch!
Jeep Overhead Lights
Installation of Baja foglights on my Jeep Patriot
A platform for advancing scientific research and understanding through amateur radio activites
Boat Alternator Conversion
Switching a Mercruiser motor from a regulator to an alternator.