Here is a selection of projects I have been working on, either individually or as part of a team. Check out my research page for more structured, academic-oriented research projects.
2019, Duke University/HackDuke (Best Data Analytics Award)
A web application designed to expose the hidden subjectiveness of news articles, to ensure equitable access to reliable information for all.
2018-Ongoing, Duke University
A low-cost, multi-spectral imaging quadcopter equipped with a thermal (infrared) sensor designed to assist firefighters in the field.
2018-2019, Duke University/Duke Lemur Center
A puzzle-like feeder that simulates natural conditions and provides foraging enrichment for Aye-aye lemurs at the Duke Lemur Center.
2016-2017, Al Kalfus Long Island Math Fair (Gold)
A digital image encryption protocol utilizing symmetric encryption at the pixel level.
2015-2016, Al Kalfus Long Island Math Fair
An investigation into how 28 symmetrical octominoes evolve in Conway’s Game of Life, the famed cellular automaton from 1970.