My name is Miles Heaton and I am a recent graduate of California State University, Bakersfield.
I went to Ridgeview High School in Bakersfield, California. I started in August 2006 and graduated with a high school diploma in June 2010. I participated in the marching and concert bands all four years at Ridgeview, playing clarinet for the first three years and tuba my senior year; I also played clarinet and bass clarinet in both musicals put on by the drama program. I participated in the math club for three years and subsequently three Lee Webb Math Field Days hosted by CSUB. I also participated in the chess club at Ridgeview for the first three years I attended Ridgeview and played in numerous chess tournaments.
At CSUB, my original plan was to get an Associate's degree in Pre-Engineering and transfer to California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. I started attending in September 2010 and changed major to Computer Engineering in the summer of 2011, when the degree program was first offered. I focused in control systems and automation, taking courses such as robotics, introduction to control systems, digital communications, and instrumentation, control, and data acquisition. I graduated in June 2015 with a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Engineering from CSUB.
My senior project involved building two DJI F550 hexacopter drones, one for the purpose of chemical plume tracing and the other for photography.
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