I am a Software Engineer working on a MATLAB to C/C++ compiler at MathWorks in Natick, MA. I started at MathWorks in May 2020 after graduating from both Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at Northeastern University. Now I work primarily on the MATLAB Coder product, which converts dynamically typed MATLAB into statically typed C and C++. So far I have been focused on a code generation readiness tool which highlights issues in MATLAB code that could prevent it from being compiled to C or C++. Before working on MATLAB Coder I worked as an Application Support Engineer, a customer-facing role which split time between providing technical support to customers working with code-generation products, and working on different software development projects with other teams in the company.
My most recent coop was as an Electrical Engineer for General Dynamics Mission Systems in Quincy. This business within the company, called Bluefin Robotics, develops Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs). I worked on testing various electrical subsystems of the 9, 12, and 21-inch vehicles. Some of my projects included PCB fabrication, test-fixture PCB design, and dry cable harnessing for various pressure vessels.
In addition to my studies in school, I participated in Northeastern’s chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, where I collaborated with a team tasked with designing the radio communications stack for a two-stage rocket. Before that, I worked on writing device drivers for sensors on the same rocket.
From January until June of 2017, I worked for Desktop Metal as an Electrical Engineer doing Hardware Research and Development. Among my responsibilities include designing schematics and PCB’s, designing and building sensor test stands, and writing test scripts for those fixtures.
I’ve also worked as a Lead Customer Experience Technician at Northeastern’s IT Services where I gained experience working with customers and communicating IT concepts to customers. At Fractal Antenna Systems, I used repeated iterative design principles to prototype and improve on antenna designs which eventually proved capable in tests.