I am a PhD student at the National University of Singapore working with the Biorobotics research group in the Biomedical Engineering department. I do research on sensing and control methods for stroke rehabilitation robotics.
PhD in Biomedical Engineering, 2021
National University of Singapore
B. Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering, 2016
National Institute of Technology, Trichy
I try to solve Google Code Jam Problems using Haskell.
I’ve been working with inertial measurement units lately, and I’ve come to realize that there’s a surprising amount of mathematics involved in processing the raw data from the sensors. The story begins with me trying to integrate a three-dimensional angular velocity vector to get the orientation of an object.
I walk you through writing a simple cyclic task in Xenomai.
I take a morning walk along the rail corridor and take some photos of the sunrise.
I try to wrap my head around one of Haskell’s main higher order functions.
I talk about the messages from Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba that inspire me.
Growing up, I was frequently reminded of the importance of reading the news. My family was always subscribed to at least one (physical) newspaper, and magazine subscriptions were not uncommon. A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, however, I’ve decided not to read the news anymore.
About the Book As a heavy user of computer technology for over a decade, I’ll be the first defend its benefits. My familiarity with the internet is responsible for a significant chunk of my knowledge and much of my critical thinking abilities.