Meet the Team
Team Captain | IMGD ’25
FTC 10582,16953 Alum
Plays the electric bass.
Code Lead | CS/RBE ’25
FLL Team HIPE Alum
Musician, composer and avid Tetris player!
P.S. Help me… I’ve fallen too deep down this rabbit hole without rest and can only breathe in the sweet irresistible smell of code…
Secretary | Code Lead | CS ’23
FRC 422 Alum
Whenever I’m home I help mentor my FRC team. Outside of robotics I sing a cappella
Marketing | 15″ Build Lead | ME 24′
VRC 99426A & B Alum
Proud owner of the VEX sword! Member of the WPI Tennis Team. I love music, anime, and building robots.
Treasurer | ME ’25
VEXU GOATS / VRC 2142E Alum
” I make robots go weewoo!”
FRC 157 / VRC 9605A / FTC 12566 Alum
A long time robotics fanatic, obsessed with anything mechanical or programming related. Builds combat robots, works with RC cars, and is an Eagle Scout. Does not like swerve drivetrains.
FTC 18246, 8902 Alum
I mentor my previous FTC team. I do combat robotics at WPI & bowl semi professionally.
Historian | CS/ECE+ CE ’25
FTC 8108 Alum
In my free time, I mentor 3 FTC teams from my High School, and am an Eagle Scout.
Treasurer | RBE+ME ’23
FRC 6752 / VRC 3157A&N Alum
Enjoys skiing and scuba diving
FTC 13950 Alum
Trumpet player in WPI Pep Band and avid Red Sox enjoyer.
Secretary | RBE ’23
FRC 173 Alum
I am most familiar with the CAD Design and mechanical aspects of robotics, but I am enjoying the opportunity to learn more about the software development side. Outside of robotics, I enjoy doing gymnastics and writing
FRC 2264 Alum
I also play hockey, which unfortunately overlaps with robotics on many days, and many many many video games. Along with that, I love to draw and paint, and I enjoy going fishing with my dad and friends!
Previous Team Captain | RBE ’20
FRC 246 / VRC 246A Alum
Has a strong appreciation for smooth motion control, multi-jointed robot arms, and long runs in freezing cold winter rain.
Founder of the Watching Cheese Club. Can count to 11, and sometimes count to 12 on a good day. Invented a time machine that can only travel 1 minute backwards in time so if you ever leave your pizza pockets in the microwave for 1 minute too long I can help you
FRC 6439 / VRC 8192 Alum
Has 9 years of competitive robotics experience. Originally from Shanghai, China
VRC 5150 Alum
Has either qualified for, participated in, or helped run The World Championship each year in competitive robotics. Enjoys making scouting systems and calculators with spreadsheets. Serves as an unofficial adviser for his old High School team, 5150
FRC 4048 Alum
I like programming robots! So much so, I developed my own open source swerve drive library for FRC robots. I also am an ongoing mentor for my high school FRC team
I am the survivorship chair for Colleges Against Cancer at WPI. I enjoy taking things apart and putting them back together again. But don’t ask me to program a robot because I am not good at programming
VRC 6916H&C / FRC 61 Alum
Likes building and 3D printing
Likes making things
Has 2 high school diplomas
Previous Team Captain | RBE+ME ’22
FRC 1640 Alum
Especially loves swerve drivetrains and all aspects of strategy. Most of my brain is taken up with robotics info. Co-lead of a study for CBF
Resident Super Senior | CS+IMGD ’21
VRC 750E Alum
Also involved with ACM and IGDA WPI. Enjoys making things of all kinds including robots, video games, and pizza
FTC 3565 Alum
5 years of competitive robotic experience. Resident CAD wizard
VRC 91C, 80N Alum
Vice President of Period and Vice President of VegClub. Nicknamed “Jasmine” on the team
Culinary and Sanitation Engineering
Stop&Shop / Giant
Do you know why people have feelings of fear? It’s because they have hopes and expectations for the way things should be. People are filled with hope, it’s the reason why humans continue to discover and expand. Humans cannot be content with their lifestyle; they always search for more. However, it’s not possible for everyone to win: there are some people who must lose out to others. This causes the spread of despair; a sense of hopelessness and disappointment. People who feel despair don’t have expectations, and they become enveloped in chaos. When you are so filled with despair, when there isn’t a single ounce of hope, that person has nothing to fear. I have no fears.