I am a graduate student at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University, USA. I see great potential in the development of the interdisciplinary field of robotics for commercial applications. I love working with and leading teams. When I'm not thinking of revolutionary technological ideas, I prefer travelling, playing lawn tennis, jogging or listening to music. And yes, I love flying high!
Recently, I completed a summer internship a Auris Health, Inc. (a surgical robotics company owned by Johnson and Johnson). At Auris, I worked on developing several new features to improve flexibility and safety of robot arms used for various clinical procedures.
I completed my bachelor's thesis at Autonomous Robots Lab, University of Nevada, Reno under Dr. Kostas Alexis on the topic of 'Aerial Manipulation for Contact Inspection'. I also worked on developing a fast and robust kinematics solver or a 6-DoF parallel manipulator that would be used to perform neurosurgery, at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai.
My planned coursework at Stanford includes a blend of mechatronics, controls and artificial intelligence. I am looking to improve my skills in robot development both on the hardware and the software engineering sides.
Some cool photos from my undergraduate days at BITS Pilani, Goa:
On stage with the French President
Modern Prosthetics: Bonjour India
A demo at VJTI's Technovanza
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