Motorola Solutions

Embedded Software Engineer

July 2019 - present


Marquette University

Honors Bachelor’s of Science

Computer Science and Data Science

August 2015 - May 2019

I graduated from Marquette University with an Honors Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science and Data Science in May 2019. I finished with a 3.640 cumulative GPA and a 3.817 major GPA and acted as the secretary of the Biomedical Engineering Society in my senior year.


Motorola Solutions

Embedded Software Intern

June 2018 - August 2018

Developed a proof of concept low-power ML inference machine using off the shelf parts. Will hopefully grow up to be a real product one day.


Dr. Bing Yu’s Biophotonics Lab

Undergraduate Researcher

May 2017 - May 2019

In the Biophotonics Lab I developed an Android app for using a smartphone based endoscope. The app works with specially designed hardware to capture Fluorescence Imaging and Diffuse-Reflectance Spectroscopy images using the phone’s built in camera. On completion the captures are uploaded to a server which performs additional analysis.


MUnchMates

Lead Developer

May 2018 - May 2019

MUnchMates was an iOS app developed at my university for sharing dining hall meal swipes with students without meal plans. I was added to the team when the original developers graduated and tasked with porting the app to Android, as well as, maintaining the Firebase database and existing iOS app.


Marquette Engineering Technology Services

Technology Support Consultant

August 2016 - May 2019

I was responsible for working at the College of Engineering helpdesk taking walk-ups, phone calls, and emails. My regular task included installing software and drivers as well as troubleshooting WiFi conductivity, email setup, hardware malfunctions, and viruses. I also worked on a handleful of small programming projects to improve office efficiency.


Biomedical Engineering Society

Secretary

May 2018 - May 2019

My goals for this position were to make the meeting minutes more accessible and available as well as promoting open source within the organization. So far I have been able to build a Jekyll site for automatically building web pages off of markdown notes taken during meeting.