Currently a graduate student at Georgia Tech. Learning everyday doesn't just stop after college; it follows you throughout life.
My love falls with engaging young coders and exciting them about the fascinating world of computer science.
I possess both extensive software engineering (preferably back-end development) and research skills, allowing me to fit into a variety of roles.
My research interests include human-visual reasoning, perception, and machine learning. With my previous research experience, I seek to develop the next best computer vision products.
If I'm not responding to your emails, I'm either watching tennis/soccer, playing sports, busy coding, or watching a new psychological thriller movie.
Currently looking for Summer 2020 research and internship opportunities. Let's get in touch.
Advanced: C++, Python, C, Java, R, MATLAB
Been a while: UnityScript, OpenGL
Data Science Tools
Advanced: Sci-kit Learn, NumPy, Tensorflow / PyTorch, Pandas, OpenCV
Intermediate: OpenMP, OpenMPI, OpenACC, CUDA, Caffe
Been a while: IPython
Advanced: MySQL, Git/Github, Confluence
Intermediate: TFS, SQL Server, DynamoDB, AWS S3
Been a while: Jenkins, Gaia, JIRA
Advanced: Raspberry Pi
Been a while: Arduino, Amazon Alexa
Advanced: Unit testing, Agile Methodology, Version Control
Windows, OS X, Unix/Linux
SteelHacks 2019 (Mentor)
TartanHacks 2019 (Mentor)
SteelHacks 2018 (Organizer)
University of Pittsburgh CS Club (Vice-President, 2017-2018)
CodeDay Pittsburgh (Mentor, 2017)
Investing Now Workshop (Mentor, 2017)
AAAI-18 (Robotics/AI Outreach Workshop Assistant)
AAAI-19 (Robotics Workshop TA)
CVPR-18 (Workshop Co-organizer)
SIGGRAPH-18 (Student Volunteer)
THINK Research Fellowship (2018)
Chancellor's Undergraduate Research Fellowhsip (2018)
NSF-Funded REU (2019)
Bachelor of Philosophy Degree (2019)
Pitt Challenge 2017 (1st place)
CMU Datathon 2017 (Finalist)
JP Morgan Global Innovation Hackathon (1st place)
HackMIT 2017 (Best Re-imagination of the Financial Market)
8 other hackathons