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About me

Personal Profile

I am a skilled engineer with experience in robotics, automation, and mechanical engineering. I have a strong background in mathematics and physics, and I am proficient in a variety of software and programming languages.

I have worked on a variety of projects, including developing autonomous robots, integrating suspension and steering systems for automotive applications, and developing virtual testing and training procedures. I am also experienced in working with a variety of sensors and actuators.

I am a highly motivated and results-oriented individual with a strong work ethic. I am also a team player and I am able to work effectively with others to achieve common goals.

I am confident that I have the skills and experience to be a valuable asset to any team. I am eager to learn new things and I am always looking for new challenges. I am also a lifelong learner and I am always looking for ways to improve my skills and knowledge.

I am passionate about using my skills to make a positive impact on the world. I believe that technology can be used to solve some of the world's biggest problems, such as poverty, hunger, and disease. I am committed to using my skills to make a difference in the world.

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Professional Experience

2022 - Present

Researcher, iACT lab

Developed autonomous robot to be operated on uneven terrain intended to perform operations such
as pruning and harvesting as a researcher in the intelligent automation and controls(iACT) lab at
Virginia Tech.

Developed kinematics for manipulator and dynamical control algorithm based on MPC for trajectory
tracking and sensor integration based on Bayesian network theory.

2018 - 2022

Engineer, Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd., India

Designed, developed and integrated ADAS, Suspension and Steering systems for automotive applications notable projects include XUV700, electric XUV300 and Scorpio-N.

Led testing and tuning team for performance validation of ADAS and steering assist feature, met
100% of performance target in the pre-VP stage of development.

2017 - 2017

Intern NTPC

Studied the different cycles operating in the plant namely steam, air, coal, Flue gas, condensate and feed water cycle.
Studied the effect of corrosion on turbine blades and its maintenance cycle.
Studied the flue gas treatment process and its environmental impact.
Getting accustomed to safety procedures of plant.

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