Diana is a mechanical engineer who graduated from UC Berkeley. Her interests lie in autonomous systems. As an undergraduate she participated in the Berkeley Autonomous Race Car Project where she co-produced two PID controllers that implement traction and cruise control on a 1/10 scale vehicle. Diana enjoys the complexity and challenges that come with introducing safety to autonomous systems. She also enjoys teaching and has been a STEM instructor/tutor for 7 years. She is involved in programs aimed at equipping underrepresented minorities with the proper tools to pursue STEM fields, and strives to establish her own program in the future. As a member of the One Community team, Diana is helping develop the general configuration of the climate batteries for the Aquapini/Walipini structures.
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