Sanjit Singh is an undergraduate student studying Computer Science at Rutgers University – New Brunswick with focus in 3D Graphics, XR, Virtual Worlds, Virtual Humans, Robotics, Haptic devices, Wearable computing devices & biomedical devices. He is a passionate, all-rounder computer engineer who is very enthusiastic about cutting edge research areas, entrepreneurship, and technology. In addition, his hopes are to bridge the gaps of the latest groundbreaking 3D interactive technologies into areas of healthcare, military, education & more. He worked for Enable Games, a Drexel University spin-off startup, Weill Cornell Medicine & NJIT Biodynamics & MIXR lab where he utilized groundbreaking technologies ranging from XR, Motion tracking, point cloud visualization, Arduino, exoskeletons & more.
In addition, he was also the Co-Founder & Vice President of a biotechnology startup funded by NSF I-Corps, XBoost where he managed a team of cross disciplined people working on Robotics exoskeleton devices & bridging it with XR environments for stroke rehabilitation. Currently, Sanjit also serves as a space coach for AFWERX conference where his duty is to facilitate connections & collaborations at AFWERX event, NASA & Department of Defense. In addition, he is also the project lead of NASA Space User Interface Technologies for Students (SUITS) competition where he is working on developing Augmented Reality displays to help astronauts going on Lunar exploration.
Some of the core objectives involve navigation tools, telemetry streaming, geology sampling, extravehicular activities (EVA) & more. He is always exploring new areas and applications of the latest cutting-edge research and wanting to innovate new inventions that can provide major impact and change the world. In addition, during his free time, Sanjit loves to attend hackathons, play video games, workout, go running, and watch superhero movies.