In Spring 2017, I was the TA for the robotics capstone class at the University of Washington. In this class, students learned about mobile manipulation and programmed the Fetch robot to perform a variety of tasks. To help with this, I wrote a set of over 30 labs that teach about the Fetch robot's API, navigation, manipulation, and perception. For these, I won the 2017 Bob Bandes Memorial Honorable Mention Teaching Award from the Paul G. Allen School.
I was a TA for the robotics capstone class in Autumn 2014, as well.
I'm the creator of a few YouTube tutorials on ROS. I hope to make more videos in the future.
In the HCR Lab, I also worked on a series of presentations related to software development and ROS.
I've contributed documentation to the Human-Centered Robotics Lab wiki. This wiki covers many aspects of ROS, software engineering, and more.