Teaching and Outreach
Teaching has always been a passion of mine, and I continue to seek different experiences and ways to improve my teaching and mentoring efficacy. My teaching interests include the following area: Mechanisms, Mechanical System Design, Robotics, and Mechatronics.
I have the following teaching experiences so far:
Stanford ME 104: Mechanical Systems Design (2 times), responsible for lecturing twice a week. (2021 - 2022)
Stanford ME 103: Product Realization: Design and Making, TA. (2021)
Georgia Tech ME 2202: Dynamics of Rigid Bodies, TA (2016)
On top of teaching, I have mentored many students throughout my Ph.D., including four Ph.D. students, three Masters students, nine undergraduates students, one high-school student and one high-school teacher.
DEI and Outreach
I am a firm believer in diversity and equality in engineering, and I want to do everything I can to advocate for the next generation of young engineers and to serve as a faculty and career mentor for underrepresented groups.
Ignited Program, where a local high-school STEM teacher interns in the lab to get new ideas for teaching STEM.
Stanford Robotics Center Summer Research Program, where a first-generation high-school student interns in the lab for the summer.
Stanford Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, a program designed for communities under-represented in engineering.
Many lab tours, both virtually and in-person to different communities and groups of students such as DaVinci Camp and FIRST Robotics.