Schuyler is a CELEST funded second year PhD student in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Boston University. He received his BS in Electrical Engineering from Boston University in 2010. As an undergraduate, his senior design project focused on the design of a custom hardware peripheral board for integration with the Altium line of FPGA development kits, demonstrating the functionality of his team's board with a closed loop object detection system. Schuyler has worked at Intel Corporation developing hardware-minded software and validating memory controllers for future server architectures.
Schuyler's current research area includes the design of custom neuromorphic hardware to address problems related to robotic vision. He is presently working in a collaborative project between the CELEST Neuromorphics Lab and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Integrated System and Circuit group to design a low power neuromorphic chip to implement adaptive visual navigation algorithms for land and aerial robots.
Last updated on June 14, 2011