University of Michigan

PhD (in progress) Started in September 2020.

I am an incoming PhD candidate, studying Aerospace Engineering. My research focuses on non-linear control of distributed systems. In particular, we seek to derive provably 'safe’ systems. For instance, in controlling a vehicle around some obstacles, we desire a guarantee that the controller will not drive the vehicle to collide with the obstacles. My research aims to develop general principles to allow for such control algorithms.

Imperial College London

BEng, MEng in Aeronautical Engineering with a year abroad Oct 2016 - June 2020


  • Royal Aeronautical Society Prize, 'Annual award to the final year undergraduate student of greatest merit in the Department of Aeronautics for all-round excellence in Aeronautical Engineering.’

  • Dean's List, All four years

My final thesis can be found here: (pdf)


  • Imperial College London Rocketry (Founder)

  • Imperial Drone Society (Founder)

  • Imperial College Caving Club

  • MIT Rocket Team



  • Julia, Python, C, C++, MATLAB, Simulink, Mathematica, ROS


  • Autodesk Fusion, Solidworks


  • 3D Printing, Laser Cutting, Milling, Turning, Arduino, Rasp Pi


  • Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, \(\LaTeX\)