Patrick Meng


I am an undergraduate student at Rutgers Honors College and I am double majoring in Computer Science and Math with a minor in Statistics.  I am interested in robotics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and computer vision.  I went to High Technology High School in Lincroft, NJ.


In the past I have had experience working with 3D printers and this lead me to help build a robotic hand at Rutgers based on the Yale Openhand Project.  Additionally, I have worked on multiple projects involving tensegrity robots such as vibration actuated six-bar tensegrities, modular three-bar tensegrities, and vision based tensegrity tracking.  My work “Proof-of-Concept Designs for the Assembly of Modular Dynamic Tensegrities into Easily Deployable Structures” has been accepted to the Earth and Space Conference hosted by ASCE.

Six-bar Tensegrity with vibration motors
Modular three-bar tensegrities actuated with linear actuators and connected using electromagnets

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