In Fall 2017 I started a PhD in electrical engineering at the University of Michgan, where I work with Jeff Fessler and Cindy Finelli. My interests are broadly in the fields of image processing and electrical engineering education, and I am a member of IEEE and ASEE.
Before entering graduate school, I worked in goverment contracting for two years as a systems and image quality engineer at Vencore. During my undergraduate degree and high school, I did multiple internships at Leidos and the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC.
I am also interested in teaching. As an undergrauate, I was a teaching assistant for an embedded systems class at the University of Virginia for five semesters and I taught my own one credit class on geolocation. At the University of Michigan, I was a graduate student instructor for EECS 551.
Most of my spare time belongs to my (rescue) border collie mix. I also enjoy knitting (fellow knitters: check out lineycroc on ravelry), reading, and many crafts. While I don't do much on-the-air talking, I am a licensed amateur radio operator.