33 Oxford St, Maxwell Dworkin 236, Cambridge
With a background in EE and Modern Artificial Intelligence, I specialize in designing and constructing prototypes for various bio-inspired robots.
I am currently working as an academic fellow with the SSR group, under Prof. Radhika Nagpal, and the WYSS Institute of Harvard University. In collaboration with Prof. Nagpal and Justin Werfel I am developing the design of a new society of collective construction robots.
Before coming to Harvard I worked with the University of Southern Denmark on the EU-project Cilia, developing demonstrators inspired by the use of lateral lines in certain species of fish.
Prior to this I did a master's in Modern Artificial Intelligence focused on electronics at the Maersk McKinney Moeller Institute, Denmark. My master's project involved the design and construction of ant-inspired robots able to construct 3d structures out of intelligent building blocks.
I spent six months with the Nordex project at Svenska Yrkes Hogskolan in Finland, working on renewable energy platforms.
During my education as electro-technical engineer at the University College of Engineering, Odense, Denmark, I did a six month internship and performed a bachelor's project with the Planetary Robotics Group at Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, under the direction of Michael Garrett.