I am one of two cofounders of Cedana, a startup we founded early this year (2022). Our scope and primary market are still in flux, but we work on ideas in the intersection between HPC, the linux kernel, cloud/edge/robotics compute, ML and finance. Check out the website to learn more.
At night, I’m enrolled as a part-time student in the Johns Hopkins Space Systems Engineering program.
Prior to this I worked across the stack on robots at Shopify. Prior to that, I studied Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at SUNY Buffalo. My academic research has ranged from neuroevolution and neuromorphic computing to satellite navigation and controls. You can read some of my papers here. I enjoy amateur olympic weightlifting, brazilian jiu-jitsu, playing the banjo and jumping from hobby to hobby and interest to interest. I’ve been having trouble tracking all the stuff I get into (and all the side projects I work on); this blog should prove useful in that regard.
My core interests are kind of all over the place, so I’ll leave it to my writing to paint a picture instead of trying to pin it down in a paragraph or two.