Mark Chen


Majors: Biomedical and Electrical/Computer Engineering

Mark is currently a junior at Duke University with a double major in Biomedical and Electrical/Computer Engineering.  He is also pursuing a minor in Polical Science.  Mark hopes his interdisciplinary approach with the outreach of the Boeing Fellows Program to ensure that all students have access to a strong education.  His work with the Boeing Fellows currently includes writing science lesson plans, leading elementary classes, and collaborating program, Mark also has coached middle robotics at Durham Academith K-12 teachers in Creekside Elementary and Jordan High School.  Prior to this program, Mark also coached middle school robotics at Durham Academy. 

Aside from the Boeing Fellows Program, Mark is also an executive for both Duke Robotics Club and DukeMasters.  He is currently working on an underwater autonomous submersible for the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) competition. The submersible is designed to navigate a salt-water course autonomously, relying on computer vision and other available sensor data.  Other projects that Mark is working on include fabricating 3D-printed stethoscopes and prototyping a 3D sugar printer.

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