Ryan Zakskorn is an Graduate student in Computer Engineering studying at University of California, Santa Cruz. He received his B.S. degree in Computer Engineering at the same university. During his his undergraduate career (2013-18), he took part in a Senior Design Project (2017-18) designing an autonomous delivery cart with three other engineering undergraduates. Currently Ryan is working part-time as a Teaching Assistant for J. Baskin School of Engineering at the University of California, Santa Cruz teaching CMPE 3, Personal Computers. As for his graduate project/thesis, he is currently looking into labs that work with robotics and feedback control.
Academic interests include Autonomous land vehicles, Controls Systems, Biomimetic Modeling, Machine Learning, and Biology. Planning on working with projects in autonomous vehicles, robotics, and feedback control. Proposed graduation date June 2019
**Currently not part of a lab at the University of California and looking to join a lab in Robotics and Control.
Papers and Projects
Research papers that are in the area interest:
Both papers are about control systems and the different methodologies of controlling multi-vehicle formations. His fields of interest encompasses intercommunication between vehicles, machine learning, robotics, controls systems, and autonomous vehicles as stated above.
M.S., Computer Engineering
University of California, Santa Cruz Fall 2018 - Present
B.S., Computer Engineering
University of California, Santa Cruz Fall 2013 - Spring 2018
Interest and Passions
Photography, Volleyball, Biking, and Hiking.
Some of my passions are finding and creating ways in which to ease the way life. That includes
robotics assistance, autonomous vehicles, and many other projects that work closely with people.
Ryan Zakskorn, M.S.
University of California, Santa Cruz
1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Tel: (916) 956-0274