Palletizing robot arm with vacuum and computer vision to stack Jenga.
Adventure pygame with focus on code modularity and engine design for future projects
Designing and CADing a kinetic sculpture using sheet metal, wood and plastic parts
Designing an algorithm based on eigenfaces to identify endangered animals by their footprints
AP Physics C Mechanics (5 on AP)
AP Chemistry (5 on AP)
Mechanics of Solids
AP BC Calculus
Quantitative Engineering Analysis I
Modeling and Simulation
Intro to CS (Python)
AP Computer Science (5 on AP)
Intro to Software Design (Python)
Fundamentals of Robotics (MATLAB)
Hi! I'm Tiger Sky Jewell-Alibhai, but everyone calls me Tigey. I am 21 years old and love anything to do with Engineering and Design. I am pursuing a career in Robotics Engineering as an undergraduate at Olin College of Engineering.
I grew up in the Algarve province of Portugal, and only moved to the US just before high school. Because of my parents' work, I have travelled to many different places such as China, India, Namibia, and the UK.
I am an avid drone & FPV enthusiast, and enjoy making and flying planes and quads. Photography, cinematography, and photogrammetry with drones is also really fun, and I have a U.S. Part 107 Commercial Drone License. Whether it's racing wings or a camera drone, UAVs offer unique contributions to photography and a really great inexpensive and risk-free way to fly for fun.
Now at Olin, I have the opportunity to turn my ideas into meaningful projects and collaborate with amazing people on a daily basis. I am the Project Manager of Olin's Design Build Fly aircraft team and I have been involved in other projects such as designing and building a 3D scanner, creating a frisbee tracking system, developing a modular videogame, and using PCA and eigenfaces to identify endangered species of animals by their footprints.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me!