|November 2018||Started new position at Amazon Prime Air in Seattle, WA.|
|October 2018||Attended the Royal Aeronautial Society's 6th Aircraft Structural Design Conference in Bristol, UK.|
|August 2018||Handed in PhD thesis, titled Transonic Flutter Prediction and Aeroelastic Tailoring for Next-Generation Transport Aircraft.|
|Defended PhD thesis on August 17th.|
|June 2018||Attended the AIAA Aviation Forum in Atlanta, GA.|
|The paper Aerodynamic Design of the Hyperloop Concept is accepted into AIAA Journal.|
|February - May 2018||Visited SUTD in Singapore to continue research on additive manufacturing.|
|January 2018||Attended the AIAA SciTech Forum in Kissimmee, FL.|
|November 2017||The paper Physics-Based Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction is accepted into AIAA Journal.|
|Won Best Paper in the 8th AIAA Theoretical Fluid Mechanics at AIAA Aviation 2017 with the paper Towards a Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction.|
|August 2017||MIT Hyperloop project completely wrapped up. Read the final report here.|
Transonic flutter is a critical design constraint for commercial transport aircraft, and therefore needs to be included as early as possible in the design. Developed a transonic flutter model that is accurate and cheap enough to be used in a conceptual aircraft design tool.
How do you design something if you have all the freedom in the world? Developed a design methodology for additive manufacturing based on lattice structures, while taking into account manufacturability with 3D printing.
Developed a design methodology to more efficiently tailoring the aeroelastic behavior of a wing using additively manufactured lattice structures. Using this method, flutter speeds can be increased substantially with only a minimum increase in wing mass.
Co-founded and led MIT's entry in the SpaceX Hyperloop Competition 2015 - 2017. The team won Design Weekend in 2016, and finished amongst the top three teams in Competition Weekend in 2017.