I'm currently a fifth-year mechanical engineering student at University
of Cincinnati. I’ve worked as an Engineering Co-op in medical device manufacturing
as well at fan and ventilation manufacturing. I’m a total nerd; I love physics,
calculations, coding, cars, airplanes, and hockey; in no particular order. And
here’s a fun fact: I run at least one half-marathon per year.
Want to know more about me?
Check out my About Me page!
Why did I make this website?
This is the era where it seems that the internet already
contains information about anything you can imagine. But, have you ever googled
something and just been completely disappointed with the results? I have. Why
is this? Surprise! Someone still had to
come up with all that content; so there are still knowledge gaps that haven’t
been filled, yet. This usually happens to me when I ask physics questions; I’m
looking for in depth answers with some calculations behind them… and there’s
not. So, if I want the answer, I have to calculate or test it myself. I want to
share that so that if someone else googles the same question they won’t be disappointed.
What is on this website?
Right now? Not much. There’s a little bit of the boring
stuff: my resume, a kind of portfolio, my bio and contact information.
The future? I’m currently working on setting up my blog. I’ll
mostly write about engineering things I find interesting, how things work, as
well as new and innovative things I come across. I also plan on posting code snippets
I write; like VBA code to make things easier or CSS to make this webpage look
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"The science of today is the technology of tomorrow." - Edward Teller
"Scientists discover the world that exists; engineers create the world that never was." -Theodore Von Kármán