AI | Space Systems | Physics | STEM Education | Business Strategy
I am an aerospace engineer, turned educator turned physicist. When not pushing the boundaries of science, I try to share what I know with the rest of the world and contribute to shaping the future of space activities.
I currently work as a Lecturer at the University of Waterloo, where I teach in the Science and Business Program. Before joining UWaterloo, I was an engineer at the Canadian Space Agency with the Engineering Capability Development program. My other experiences include 3 years as an Executive Research Coordinator and Group Manager for the Programming Languages for Artificial Intelligence (PLAI) at UBC, led by Professor Frank Wood, and a year as instructor and coordinator of the Engineering Transfer Program at Selkirk College and a Sessional Lecturer at UBC Physics and Astronomy.
I also worked as a consultant in the areas of aerospace systems, project management and business strategy. I was the Director of Engineering at LDC Solutions, a Member of the Expert Board at Skolkovo Foundation's Space and Telecommunications Cluster, and involved with multiple nonprofits focusing on space or science communication.
I am always looking for new collaborators! Feel free to reach out if you have an idea or something we can work on together.
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