Now that you have met all of our students it’s time to see what they do on a daily basis. We touched base with our students to see what they were up to during the month of October. Here is Sanjay’s October update!
What I did this month – Travelling. A lot of travelling. So unfortunately, while I don’t have a lot of pictures of San Diego/La Jolla or the campus for this month, I do have some snaps of where I’ve been and what I’ve been up to. I flew to Portland, Oakland, and drove up to Monterey and UCLA on four separate occasions this month to test the product I’ve been working on at my own startup company. We visited four support groups for patients with Essential Tremor at these locations, and also got to see some sights and sounds.
My name is Sanjay! I’m from the United Arab Emirates, and I came to America four years ago to study Bioengineering at UC San Diego. Currently, I’m enrolled as a Masters student in Electrical Engineering here, and have amassed quite a number of projects and teams that I work with regularly on campus. I’m a musician, so I end up hanging out at the college radio station KSDT a lot, where I used to serve as the Audio Engineer. I currently work as the Chief Design Officer at a start-up that I began during my senior design project called TremorEnd, that focuses on creating a wearable medical device for patients afflicted with movement disorders known as tremors.
Other than that, I’m 22 years old, a full-blooded Leo, and I love hiking, camping, and exploring nature in general. My goals beyond school and work include making a hit record, visiting every national park in America, and figuring out how to open a bottle of Afrin nasal spray.
Keeping up with the fast paced quarter system, attending classes, and finding time for friends keeps our UC San Diego ECE students busy. Here is a sneak peek of what is to come. Meet our students – Sanjay, Matt, AJ, Sandeep, Achint, Hamna, and Colin.
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