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Born in San Francisco, Ca on November 13th, 1994. His parents were born in the Philippines.
-Developing Microrobotics for Disaster Recovery and High-Risk Environments-
DARPA is launching a program call SHRIMP (SHort-Range Independent Microrobotic Platforms). SHRIMP's goal is to develop a multi-to-milli robotic platforms device to be used in natural and critical disaster scenarios. For SHRIMP to accomplish this project they must research for actuator materials and power storage components. As technology shrinks then it becomes harder for the device to function fully. SHRIMP researchers will work beyond the most current actuator materials so that the device prioritizes force generation, is efficient, has strength to weight ratio, and has maximum work density. SHRIMP researchers will also research into power converters that can operate at tens of Hz, high energy density, and high specific energy battery technologies. However Dr. Ronald Polcawich (DARPA program manager) said the hardest part about the SHRIMP project will be the engineering.