ABOUT ME

I'm Dylan Wallace, an undergraduate in Electrical Engineering at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. I am currently performing undergraduate research at UNLV's Drones and Autonomous Systems Lab. My research interests include networking, computer vision, and machine learning for autonomous systems, specifically humanoid robotics. Outside of my research I enjoy traveling, politics, and music. My hobbies include 3D printing & modeling, hobby electronics, and custom PC building.

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EDUCATION

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Autonomous Navigation and Path Planning

Experience: Breadth-first & Depth-first Search, Potential Fields Navigation

Interests: SLAM, Autonomous Vehicle Navigation

2015 - 2020

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

B.S. in Electrical Engineering

  Minor in Computer Science

  Minor in Mathematics

Computer Vision and Object Tracking

Experience: ARToolkit object tracking, OpenCV

Interests: OpenCV with UAVs, OpenCV for Mobile Robots

Humanoid Robot Applications

Experience: Darwin OP, Darwin Mini, DRC-HUBO

Interests: Hotel service robotics applications

Service Robotics

Interests: Service Robotics in the Hospitality industry, AI for Service Robotics

2011 - 2015

Northwest Career and Technical Academy

Advanced Honors Diploma with certificate in Engineering and Design

Machine Learning

Interests: Deep Learning, Interactive Intelligence, Human-Robot Interaction, Reinforced Learning