About Me


Hello! Thank you for your interest in my portfolio. My name is Kevin, and I am a recent graduate of Northeastern University where I earned a Bachelor's of Science in Mechanical Engineering with Minors in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics. In the fall I will begin working toward a PhD at Boston University. I have recently begun doing research in the field of soft folding robots, and I plan to continue this study in grad school. 

Thanks to Northeastern's coop program, I already have twelve months of industry experience in the microdevices and MEMS industry. This includes six months at Draper where I focused on microdevice metrology and processing as well as six months at Boston Micromachines designing and implemented new mechanical and electrical packaging for an MEMS device for adaptive optics. Both positions incorporated extensive clean room work. 

In my free time I enjoy woodworking and building audio electronics. I have been an active member of the Northeastern Pep Band since joining in my first semester.  I also collect  vinyl records and am passionate about live music. In general, I am at my happiest on a quiet walk in the woods or sitting by a fire listening to some jazz. 

Please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions!