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NSF GRFP Graduate Research Assistant

Clarkson University

Jan 2021 – May 2024 Potsdam, New York
Mentored by Dr. Natasha Banerjee (CS).
Thesis: Project to automate the repair of broken or damaged objects.
 
 
 
 
 

Engineering Intern

Qualcomm

May 2019 – Aug 2019 San Diego, California
Research Projects:
* Quantized and optimized existing neural networks for deployment on state-of-the-art Qualcomm handset devices.
* Developed a software API in Python to convert neural networks to a proprietary format and execute them on Qualcomm handset devices.
 
 
 
 
 

Makerspace Supervisor

Clarkson University

Jul 2018 – May 2019 Potsdam, New York
Responsibilities:
* Guided purchasing of approximately $50,000 worth of equipment for on-campus Makerspace, and assembled and maintained this equipment.
* Interviewed, trained, and managed eight student staff for University Makerspace.
* Worked with interns to structure and staff events including Business Plan Competition, President’s Challenge Kickoff, and President’s Challenge Workshop Series.
 
 
 
 
 

Undergraduate Researcher

Lehigh University

May 2018 – Jul 2018 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Mentored by: Dr. Mooi Choo Chuah (CS).
Research Projects:
* Trained neural network to detect strawberries in Python that achieves 84.2% accuracy at 1.63FPS and can be deployed for under $50.
* Collaboratively developed a Python API for a robot arm to automatically pick strawberries using my neural network.
 
 
 
 
 

Undergraduate Researcher

Clarkson University

Jan 2017 – May 2019 Potsdam, New York
Mentored by Dr. Sean Banerjee (CS) and Dr. Natasha Banerjee (CS).
Research Projects:
* Developed and published an algorithm to automatically produce smoothly-joining 3D-printable restoration parts for broken objects.
* Developed and published a photogrammetry based 3D scanner, which is parametric, modular, and can be 3D printed at low cost.
* Managed research group in synthesizing 957 high point density 3D models using my 3D scanner to verify proposed scanning optimizations.
* Created parametric platonic solid calibration targets in OpenSCAD to enable quicker calibration of multi-camera systems.
Responsibilities:
* Mentored four undergraduate students in hardware prototyping and computational fabrication.

Accomplish­ments

NSF Graduate Research Fellow

Grand Prize Winner, Clarkson President’s Challenge

College of Arts and Sciences Award

Hamlin/Darraugh Award for Computer Science

R. Gerald Bradshaw Award for Computer Science

Best Presentation, Clarkson Research and Project Showcase

Contact

  • lambne at clarkson dot edu