Meet Our Team

Board Members

Kenneth is a third-year Mechanical Engineering major who is also a part of Asian American Christian Fellowship (AACF), Tau Beta Pi and American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
His career vision is to work in the aerospace industry to advance human and robotic flight systems.

Pengchi is a fourth-year Business major concentrating in Business Analytics. His career vision is to find a job that will support his family, himself, have a good life, and eventually open up a school teaching students how to enjoy nature.

Trang is a fourth-year Business major concentrating in Operations and Supply Chain Management, with a Music minor. She's interested in managing contracts and is working to attain an MBA and potentially a J.D. down the line.

Alison is a third-year Electrical Engineering major who is also part of UCR's Society of Women's Engineering.
Her career vision is to successfully graduate in Electrical Engineering and work in revolutionizing current Grid Edge technology.

Angela is a third-year mechanical engineering major excited to be a part of this effort to further establish UAS as a distinguished student organization.
Through this opportunity, she hopes to develop leadership skills that will better prepare her for a career in aerospace.

Brandon is a second-year mechanical engineering major who is also part of IEEE, ASME & NSU @UCR.
His career vision for the future is to be a mechanical engineer within the Tech Defense and Space Industry.

Fourth-year Business (Finance) major whose goals for UAS is to expand the organization and introduce new programs and events that will help our members further develop their skills.

Technical Sub-Team Leads

Third-year Mechanical Engineering major who strives to provide the members of this top-tier organization with opportunities to grow both technically and professionally.

Third-year Mechanical Engineering major who’s looking forward to working with others to further develop the UGV for competition while learning more about unmanned aerial systems.

Fourth-year Electrical Engineering major hoping to finally see the UAV fly in the AUVSI SUAS competition after 3 years with the organization.

Second-year Mechanical Engineering major whose goal is to finish development and integrate the interoperability system with all other subsystems.

Third-year Computer Science major who wants to research new ways to implement pathfinding and develop safety protocols the UAV could activate during unplanned events.

Third-year Computer Science major whose goal is to create a well-structured program that will be the basis of the computer vision segment of the project.

Third-year Electrical Engineering major who wishes to gain leadership experience in an engineering environment and see the final UAV and UAS compete this year.