Riley is a computer engineer with the BLINC Lab. He graduated with a BSc in Computer Engineering – Software Option at the University of Alberta in 2014. His educational background includes extensive exposure to biological sciences and mechanical engineering, and he is currently pursuing a combined MBA/MEng degree. Riley’s work experience spans a diverse subset of fields, from full stack web development to desktop application implementation and design.
Riley is currently working on the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Hand Proprioception and Touch Interfaces (HAPTIX) project, in conjunction with the Action in Complex Environments Laboratory (ACELab).
When not playing with some new tech release, Riley is probably brushing up on his Japanese and French, playing music, or busy not getting enough sleep at a hackathon.
Contact Email: RileyDawson@ualberta.ca