Honors student at The Ohio State University studying chemical engineering.
I have learned how to create websites and web servers through a combination of experience and classes.
Scan Cell is a web application that takes images of yeast cells under a microscope and processes them to count the number of cells in the image. All of the image processing is done in the browser. Try it out with the demo image.
Binge Finance is personal blog focused on a variety of financial topics. It has accompanying custom financial calculators which can provide insights for loan amortization, credit card payments, etc.
See an overview of all of my open source projects at russell.js.org.
I have worked on several major engineering projects so far.
These two projects were heavily tied to research and experimental design. The microfluidics project was an experiment measuring yeast shearing in a microchannel under varying conditions, and it utilized knowledge of 3D CAD simulations and lab practices. The nanotechnology research project involved designing a lab-on-a-chip that would be able to screen for a major disease, and it utilized advanced 3D CAD as well as parsing scientific literature.Copy the password to access the documentation.
FEHeck Yeah is a C++ game package that was designed in a team for Honors Fundamentals of Engineering. It runs on a proprietary game device (similar to Raspberry Pi) and interacts with low-level graphics APIs. FEHeck Yeah was awarded extra credit for outstanding performance.
Working at Kroger has developed my interpersonal skills, which are useful for both customer and coworker facing jobs.
Volunteering at the Farmer's Market has emphasized the importance of giving back to the community.