During the 2019–2020 academic year I led the CSE 590 U ubiquitous
computing research seminar, which met weekly to discuss academic papers in
interaction techniques, wearables, novel sensing, and pervasive computing.

MATLAB Seminar

In Autumn 2019 I co-instructed the BIOEN 217 MATLAB Fundamentals for
Bioengineers seminar, which introduces programming in MATLAB to students
from a variety of backgrounds.
I developed biomedically relevant examples, prepared and delivered lectures,
graded coding assignments, and supported course development.

Curriculum Development

Biosignal Processing Textbook

I wrote a 140-page course textbook for BIOEN 316 Signals and
Sensors for Bioengineers. Topics include biosignal acquisition, Fourier
analysis, digital and analog filtering, and linear systems. All of the
document's text, equations, and figures are typeset in pure LaTeX.

I worked with a University of Washington chemistry professor to create Python programming Jupyter
notebook worksheets to accompany homeworks and labs for the CHEM 155 honors
general chemistry curriculum. The worksheets and answer keys are freely
available to educators. Topics include root finding, reaction kinetics
simulations, quantum wavefunction visualizations, and scientific computing.

I worked with a University of Washington bioengineering professor to write a brief commentary on the
definition of linear time-invariant systems
with feedback to provide clarity on a subtle point in the BIOEN 326 Bioenginering
Systems and Control course.

I have volunteered as a student representative on the Bioengineering Department
Curriculum Committee since Autumn 2018. I was selected to meet with evaluators for the 2019
ABET accreditation of UW Bioengineering and Computer Engineering programs.