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Current Projects

Applications of engineering principles to real-world scenarios

3D Printed Roller Coaster

Since May 2023, I have led the effort to conceptualize, design, and build a unique functioning scale model rollercoaster. Currently, I am leading a team of 30 students in the Theme Park Engineering and Design club at Purdue to create a prototype to serve as a proof of concept for a full scale project. The final product intends to be an interactive demonstration of the control systems used in the themed entertainment industry, allowing observers to use and engage with a control panel to affect the ride model. 

As the team nears completion of the prototype, I have begun executing a blue sky design path to develop the original theming and design for the model. 

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Train chassis prototype design V1 (not including cosmetics)

September 21, 2023

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Testing track layout final geometry, Solidworks Assembly

October 15, 2023

Scenic Carpentry and Construction

Utilizing rough carpentry techniques, I have worked with Purdue University's Department of Theatre to build original scenery for multiple large scale productions. 

Deck Carpentry

Final Set for Shakespeare in Love

April 2023

As my sophomore project, I am serving as the Deck Carpenter for Purdue University's production of Bright Star in February of 2024. As Deck Carpenter, I act as the onsite carpenter, mechanic, and scenic safety officer throughout technical rehearsals and performances. I collaborate with the Technical Director to ensure the scenery is maintained and safe during technical rehearsals and conduct any and all safety checks, repairs, or additional crew training that becomes required. 

Past Projects

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Stage Machine Design Competition 2023

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ISSY, the Autonomous Theatrical Ground Vehicle (Prototype)

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Honors ENGR 16200 Mars Cargo Rover Automation Project

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