I received my Bachelor's degree from Santa Clara University in June 2016 with Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering majors.
I received my Master's degree from Santa Clara University in June 2017 studying Electrical Engineering with emphasis in Communication and Systems.
I started my PhD at UCSB in September 2017.
Smart Grid Technologies and Renewable Energy Integration
Optimization and Routing in Electric Transportation Systems
Aug 2019: I was awarded the Institute for Energy Efficiency's 2019-2020 IEE Excellence in Research Fellowship. Here is a link to the award [webpage]. The award ($22,500) is given to 1 PhD student per year for cutting-edge research contributions in the field of sustainability and/or energy efficiency.
Jul 2019: Our [abstract] was accepted and we were invited to submit a full paper to PSCC 2020.
Jul 2019: Attended and presented a paper at ACC 2019 in Philadelphia, PA.
Jul 2019: Attended the Control of Networked Transportation Systems (CNTS) Workshop, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA.
Jun 2019: Began mentoring 2 undergraduate engineering students for The Problem-based Initiatives for the Powerful Engagement and Learning In Naval Engineering and Science (PIPELINES). PIPELINES is a collaborative project of University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) and the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Navy Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC) at Port Hueneme.
Jun 2019: Two papers accepted to ITSC 2019 in Auckland, NZ.
May 2019: One paper accepted to IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid.
Apr 2019: Attended a workshop with UCSB's IEE 2.0: Energy Efficient Society.
Mar 2019: Attended a workshop for security in cyber-physical systems at UC Riverside.
Feb 2019: I was featured on a panel at UCSB's ECE Graduate Recruitment Day
Jan 2019: One paper accepted to ACC 2019 in Philadelphia, PA.
Jan 2019: I was featured as the CCDC Winter 2019 Student Spotlight. Here is a [link] to a short Q&A.