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Bio[edit | edit source]

I am a recent graduate in Biomedical Engineering at Michigan Technological University. I was a part of the Pavlis Honors College, both as a learning facilitator and as a student. In the Summer of 2019, I had the opportunity to go abroad to Tanzania with two other students to work on aiding a small community with local problems (i.e STEM education). I was a member of the Innovative Global Solutions Enterprise with the main task of designing, and constructing, the poly-carbonate packaging for a pandemic ventilator. I am currently a member of the Michigan Tech Open Sustainability Technology Lab working on using recyclable material to 3D-print medical applications, as well as building an open-source ventilator for COVID-19.

Main Research Projects[edit | edit source]

Publications[edit | edit source]

Research Projects I've Helped With[edit | edit source]

Literature Reviews Written[edit | edit source]

MSE4777 - Open Source 3D Printing Class[edit | edit source]

Mini Projects[edit | edit source]

The top view of a functional Athena II Printer  
The failure assignment assigned to learn what a failed print looks like  
Bear Rock Wall Climber using OpenSCAD:  
A customized and customizable piano book holder using OpenSCAD:  
A spider screen cover using FreeCAD:  
A viking themed candle holder using Blender:  

Big Projects[edit | edit source]

Anatomy Bone Puzzle for Educational Aid:  
Beginning Stages of the Printed Parts for an Automatic Monochromator: