I’m Ishaan – A 16 year old (for now) beginning his journey into engineering

Hello and welcome to my engineering blog! I’m a 16-year-old boy named Ishaan, and I love everything engineering-related. Since I was a little child, I have always enjoyed building things. I used to play with Legos for hours at a time, creating everything from straightforward buildings to intricate machines. My curiosity and creativity were first sparked by this early interest in engineering, and I’ve been hooked ever since.

I have a strong desire to create passion projects, investigate novel concepts, and learn new skills . I’ m constantly seeking new tasks to take on and ways to stretch my limits, whether it’s creating a robot, programming new software, or designing a house.

I also had a strong interest in designing homes and structures when I was younger, and I spent a lot of time drawing and picturing possible layouts and features. With this early enthusiasm, I learned key skills like spatial thinking, problem-solving, and attention to detail, which have been essential in my engineering endeavours.

As a Math and physics enthusiast, I’ve always been interested by the underlying principles that govern the universe and how they might be utilised to address real-world issues. My interest for these topics has also allowed me to build a solid basis for understanding and dealing with complicated technical issues.

Lastly, I’m fascinated by new developing technologies like artificial intelligence, biotechnology, and renewable energy. I think that these technologies have the ability to transform our world, and I am delighted to be a part of the next generation of engineers that will help build a sustainable future.

In my blog, I aim to share my engineering experiences, ideas, and perspectives, as well as motivate others of my age to follow their own interests and develop their own skills based on real life experiences. Not only will I explain how I build things, but also actually dive deep into the science that makes my project function. Let us explore the endless possibilities of engineering together!

“The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones that do.”