I joined Impossible Aerospace in Sunnyvale, CA as an embedded systems engineer in March, 2018. Since moving to the Bay Area I have been exploring the fantastic hiking available, as well as enjoying SF.

Professional Experience

Southwest Research Institute

• Lead RPECS architect and application engineer; RPECS is a real-time computing platform developed by SwRI used for data acquisition and control
• Apply RPECS as a data acquisition tool on vehicles for competitive benchmarking
• Design and implement FPGA IP in Verilog to measure electronic actuator signals, interface with hardware (e.g. ADC, flash), and control engine actuators
• Meet with clients to develop project requirements and brainstorm solutions
• Implement software development practices: source control, build systems, release management, acceptance testing, in-source documentation
• Develop low-level drivers for RPECS hardware and high-level software libraries in C and C++
• Reverse-engineer automotive diagnostic tool CAN protocols for data acquisition purposes
• Intern program manager: recruit, interview, and mentor interns

Technical Interests

Coming soon!

Personal Interests

I have been rock climbing since August 2016. Prior to moving to California I climbed outdoor at the Red River Gorge in Kentucky. Currently I am recovering from a shoulder injury (mechanics problem, not traumatic injury) but plan to start exploring outdoor climbing in the Bay Area as soon as my PT clears me.

Finishing up To Defy the Laws of Tradition, a 4-star 5.10a in the Left Flank area of Red River Gorge, KY.