As you may surmise from my website, I build things. I’ve been doing so since I reached the age of 6.
Through the years elapsed, I’ve designed too many things to tally. Everything from particle accelerators and x-ray machines, to induction heaters and flashlamp-pumped lasers. I’ve designed robots, field-oriented PMSM controllers and even thermal identification/tracking systems.
I have a bad habit of not documenting most of what I design, but what I do happen to record eventually finds its way onto this website.
I’m currently enrolled in the Physics program at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where I’m continuing my experiments and research. Lately, this has been in the domain of robotics and cutting-edge power electronics.
I’m a thrice-failed entrepreneur, and founder of the RIT makerspace.
Please enjoy my musings,