I used to work at Apple where I was one of the first hardware systems engineers working on Apple silicon Macs. I worked on the whole family of M1 Macs (M1, M1 Pro/Max/Ultra), and more Macs to be released. Before that, I worked in Apple’s Special Projects Group (SPG) on autonomous systems computing research. Before that, I graduated from the University of Michigan where I helped organize MHacks, Michigan Hackers, and the Michigan Embedded System Hub. I had internship stints at Apple, National Instruments, and
Fiat Chrysler Stellantis.
I enjoy working on embedded systems. Architecting, integrating, testing, and validating... all the way from architecture and specifications; through circuit and PCB design; to validation, characterization, and ramp. I’ve created everything from small Arduino-like hobbyist boards to multiple complex world-class computers at Apple. For more details, you can see my Linkedin.