Engineering. Development.
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My research focuses on developing indoor navigation systems for individuals with physical disabilities. Specifically, I write algorithms and mobile phone applications that map the indoor geometry and topology of public transportation buildings. In addition to making a technical contribution to my field, I hope to help people.

I have a breadth of experience and training that includes aspects of computer science, structural engineering, transportation and architecture. My interests include: automated creation of semantic and topological building models; real-time information systems that improve the safety of building occupants; and intellectual property law.

Photo by Dominick Reuter

I had the privilege of being the graduate student speaker at MIT's 2011 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. annual celebration where I gave a talk titled "Excellence Through Humility":

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