Over the past 4 years, I have worked on various types of technical, social, and business projects to enhance my skills and apply my knowledge to solve real-life issues.
e-NABLE Phoenix Hand
e-NABLE is a global network of volunteers with an aim to make prosthesis accessible to everyone through 3D printing and simple assemblies.
As the co-founder and the leader of the e-NABLE chapter at UOW, my role was to ensure that the case was contacted, the measurements were taken, the manufacturing was carried out, and the hand was assembled correctly. I have worked with a team of 12 other students to achieve this project. The design was provided by e-NABLE with minor adjustments done by us.
3D Coaxial Bioprinter
I was lucky to be accepted as a summer intern at ACES Center of Excellence for Electromaterial Science. My role was to assemble then design experiments to characterize a prototype of a 3D bioprinter and its bio-ink. In addition, I had to document my work and provide a technical report at the end of the internship.
Wearable Stress Monitoring Device
As part of one of my academic subjects, I have teamed up with three other students to make a biomedical device. We have decided that a solution is needed to combat the modern stressful lifestyle. Therefore, we have proposed a design for a wearable device that can monitor stress levels. My roles was the to design the electronics and to come up with a parts' list of what is needed to manufacture the device. (Picture courtesy of Geetika Madiralla).
iUnivative is a 3-months program that pairs an interdisciplinary team of students with an organization to solve a business problem. My team of 6 was paired with Mercer Australia and our task was to find a way to allow more employees to fit in the same physical space without compromising comfort and well-being. My role was to propose and make a case for the usage of an agile desk arrangement and a desk occupation monitoring system.
Fitness Device Prototype
As part of an edx.org course called Real Time Bluetooth Networks in collaboration with the University of Texas at Austin, I have programmed a Real Time Operating System (RTOS) then deployed it on an assembled kit of micro controllers and sensors.
Six-Bar Gravity Balancing Mechanism
As part of my summer internship at UOW, I had to design, model, analyze, and part-locate a gravity- balancing six-bar mechanism to be used in biomedical applications.
Levant 2 Australia Webstore
I have created this store for two reasons: 1) To practically apply my business and marketing skills. 2) To have another small income to support me while studying.
I and my brother have designed the store's UX, media, social media pages, and content from scratch. We have sourced suppliers and managed, legals, financials, and advertising by ourselves.