Daniel's projects

Daniel (’22) is a junior studying Electrical & Computer Engineering and has a wide variety of technical interests falling under the umbrellas of digital system design or software development. He is most comfortable writing C++, but he enjoys learning new skills and technologies as projects demand. His design experience at Duke includes a device to automatically close fume hoods, neural networks trained to be sparse, and an earthquake early warning system. He has worked as an intern at several software companies. Outside the Colab, he enjoys swing dancing, classical music performance, and cycling.