The Team

Our Team in 2017
REV consists of about 30 full members. We have 3 elected officer positions as well as 3 system lead positions and 3 assistant lead positions.

Officers

  • President

    President: Daegan Fuss

    Daegan is a sophomore Electrical Engineering and Math major. He's been a part of REV since his freshman year. Daegan was previously the Electrical System Team Lead assistant, and is currently holding both the roles of Electrical System Lead and President.

    Contact Daegan: fussd@rpi.edu

  • President

    Vice President: Erin Cohen

    Erin is a sophomore Computer and Systems Engineering major from New York. She joined REV in the spring of her freshman year, and has worked on both the electrical and autonomous teams. Erin likes playing board games, playing the ukulele, making music, and is very interested in robotics.

    Contact Erin: cohene4@rpi.edu

  • Project Manager

    Project Manager: Alicia Berhorn

    Alicia is a sophomore Aerospace Engineering major. Alicia has been a member of REV since her freshman year. She primarily works with the mechanical system. Outside of REV Alicia enjoys snowboarding and going on random car rides.

    Contact Alicia: bergha@rpi.edu

Mechanical System

  • Drivetrain Lead

    Mechanical System Lead: Patrick Cullather

    Patrick is a junior Mechanical Engineering major at RPI. He is the head designer for our newest car, MAE. Patrick enjoys working with carbon fiber.

    Contact Patrick: cullap@rpi.edu

Electrical System

  • Electronics Lead

    Electronics System Lead: Daegan Fuss

    Daegan is a sophomore Electrical Engineering and Math major. He's been a part of REV since his freshman year. Daegan was previously the Electrical System Team Lead assistant, and is currently holding both the roles of Electrical System Lead and President.

    Contact Daegan: fussd@rpi.edu

Autonomous System

  • Drivetrain Lead

    Autonomous System Lead: Andrew Khanschassoff

    Andrew is a junior Computer & Systems Engineering and Computer Science major at RPI. Most of his experience is in micro-controller programming and algorithm design. His favorite courses at RPI so far have been LITEC and Operating Systems. Outside of school, he enjoys playing minecraft, cooking, and playing tennis.

    Contact Andrew: khansa@rpi.edu