I’m a Ph.D. student advised by Dr. Leonardo De Mattos in the Biomedical Robotics Lab at the Italian Institute of Technology. I consider myself a biomedical roboticist who loves to constantly learn across several disciplines. I devote myself to working on medical devices since it is necessary to provide quality health care affordable to all life.


My current research focuses on endoscopic OCT probe for minimally invasive surgeries. It involves developing an electromagnetic-based optical fiber scanner and a novel algorithm for noise reduction in endoscopic OCT images.


My previous experiences include developing medical devices, humanoid, legged robot, and real-time streaming of audio, video, and PCL for telerobot.


Research Interests

Areas: Mechatronics, Biomedical Optics, Digital Signal Processing, MEMS.

Applications: Endoscopic Imaging Devices, Medical Sensors and Actuators.