I'm David Wu. I graduated from Princeton University in June 2019 with a B.S.E. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. I currently work as a Software Engineer and I am a part-time M.S. student in Computer Science at Georgia Tech. Feel free to explore the site. A lot more coming in the future.
Jun 2019 - Present
M.S., Computer Science
Georgia Institute of Technology
Aug 2020 - Present
B.S.E., Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Sep 2015 - Jun 2019
North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics
Aug 2013 - Jun 2015
Spring 2019 / COS 333: Advanced Programming Techniques
TigerMeet is a web application that enables Princeton University students to connect with other students for recreation, transportation, and academic coordination. It is divided into sections of general interest (i.e. Sports, Transportation) each with a general chat as well as the ability to create specific events with chatrooms for users to connect.
Spring 2018 / MAE 322: Mechanical Design
Our team was tasked with designing, fabricating, and testing a Search and Rescue Robot (SaRR) that will simulate real-life search and rescue operations by performing the following tasks:
Spring 2018 / MAE 342: Space System Design
Interdisciplinary Mission for Imaging Satellites and SpacE Debris (I-MISSED)
The primary goal of I-MISSED is the design of a 6U sized cubesat that can be launched into GEO for the imaging of a subject satellite, GOES-T, on schedule to launch in 2020. This follower cubesat can perform on-station, on-demand visual imaging of the multi-billion dollar subject satellite, providing operating information on mechanism deployments and damage assessments after potential collision events. A secondary objective will be performing basic space debris analysis that can provide feedback on potential impacts.
Fall 2017 / MAE 321: Engineering Design
The goal of this project is to design a lightweight structure (crane) of minimum weight that could lift at least 260 pounds. The structure is constrained by a $250 budget for materials and overall shape dimensions. Removing material in optimized areas decreased total weight and incorporating different aluminum grades supported areas under greater or lower stresses for the lowest weight. The crane was machined and tested with a pulley device.
Developed a computer vision program with MATLAB to track and model the 3D structure of dynamic artificial caudal fins with a single camera for bio-inspired propulsion research.
CS 6250: Computer Networks (Link)
CS 7641: Machine Learning (Link)
COS 333: Advanced Programming Techniques (Link)
COS 226: Algorithms and Data Structures (Link)
COS 217: Introduction to Programming Systems (Link)
COS 126: General Computer Science (Link)
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