I am a first-year undergraduate student at Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering. I am currently pursuing a major in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Computer Science. I am also intrested in startups.
The simplified version of pronouncing my name is "R-June," but it's actually pronounced "ughr-june."
- I like to cook
- I like to sleep
- I swam with an Olympian
- Research Intern at South Asian Heart Association
- Hired Tutor
Interesting Grand Challenges for Engineering Projects
- Making Solar Energy Economical
- Making Solar Energy Economical, National Instruments, updated 04 June 2013, accessed 13 September 2014 (Making Solar Energy Economical)
- Engineering Solutions, Leiserson, Eva Kaplan, National Society of Professional Engineers, updated March 2011, accessed 13 September 2014 (Making Solar Energy Economical)
The demonstration that I found most appealing on MATLAB was the Loma Prieta Earthquake Demonstration. The demonstration allowed me to visualize how the earthquake spreads and which areas it affects using an accelerometer to collect the data. Also, being able to convert the collected data into a graphic model using MATLAB 3-D plotting is a unique and interesting feature that MATLAB provides. This demonstration illustrated that MATLAB allows the user to both algebraicly interpret and graphically visualize (if desired) the model on which he/she is working.