Sergio Rodriguez began his Arizona State University journey in 2015 as an online student while in the US Air Force. As an electronic warfare technician, Rodriguez dreamt of a day where he would design the next generation of systems he was currently entrusted with maintaining. Naturally, the degree to go after was electrical engineering, and he choose ASU for its excellent engineering school reputation and great veteran opportunities.

Currently, Rodriguez is attending ASU in person thanks to a USAF enlisted-commissioning scholarship. Since being in person, Rodriguez has gotten involved as an undergraduate researcher with the Imaging Lyceum Lab at ASU. His lab work focuses on exploring image processing algorithms and machine learning techniques to enhance motion deblurring. “

My advice is:
Engineering is inherently difficult so don’t make it any harder than it needs to be. What I mean by that is: Always be aware of your assignment deadlines and do not allow yourself to get to the point where you are starting assignments hours before they are due. By working on your homework throughout the week you will be forced to recall what you’ve previously learned multiple times and serves as a good study strategy.