Ongoing Projects

Autonomous Systems Lab, ETH Zurich

Snow avalanches kill, on average, 22 people per year in the Swiss Alps alone. This makes them the most deadly natural hazard, responsible for more than one third of all natural hazard fatalities. The AVALMAPPER project aims to use an system for collecting high-resolution avalanche occurrence data over affected regions in the Swiss Alps. This is a collaboration between the Autonomous Systems Lab (ASL) at ETHZurich and SLF.

To learn more about the project, visit: https://avalmapper.ethz.ch/

PX4 Autopilot
Dronecode Foundation

PX4 is an open source flight control software for drones and other unmanned vehicles. The project provides a flexible set of tools for drone developers to share technologies to create tailored solutions for drone applications. I am an active contributor of the opensource and maintain the simulation component of PX4.

To learn more about the project, visit: https://px4.io/

Previous Projects

QB50 (Development of 2U Cubesat SNUSAT-1)
with Jihyun Park, Maskey Abhas, In-Seuck Jeong

SNUSAT-1 is a 2U Cubesat developed as part of the QB50 project with 50 other universities. My contribution was in the electrical system of the satellite. I also developed a PCB type magnetic torquer, which is a low power actuator used for controlling the attitude of the satellite. SNUSAT-1 and SNUSAT-1b was launched to orbit on July 2017.

Last update: June 10, 2022