I'm a third-year Computer Science major engaged in Artificial Intelligence research at University of California, Berkeley. I'm exploring research interests in Human-Robot Interaction, Deep Learning, and Computer Vision. I am graduating this semester and earning my B.A. in Computer Science. I also have experience with back-end engineering, with knowledge of systems, databases, internet, and security.
Starting Fall 2019, I'll be continuing my studies at UC Berkeley for exactly one year in pursuit of an M.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, in Artificial Intelligence. I'll be developing my thesis under Professor Anca Dragan in the InterACT lab.
This summer I'll be working at Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research (FAIR) at Menlo Park as an AI Research Engineering Intern, tackling problems in Deep Learning and Computer Vision.
Here you can see my qualifications, my education, and my projects. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
University of California, Berkeley
Major: Computer Science
GPA: 3.974, Technical GPA: 4.0
Evergreen Valley College
A Chatbot that handles announcements, grades, organization, and much more to help teachers manage their classes on Cisco Spark, an upcoming competitor to Slack. In addition to this, we created a web server to store information offline and utilize API calls to add NLP functionalities to identify key concepts and provide summaries of the day's discussion.Link
SuperMarioMan Remix is a game I created during CalHacks 3.0, over a period of 36 hours. This mobile Android game was created in the Unity game engine using C#, with sound and art taken from the internet. Though it was once on the Google Play store, it was unfortunately removed due to copyright issues.Link
My first game for the PC at Carnegie Mellon created over the course of one week, in which I was the lead programmer. Coded in the Unity game engine using C#, sound and art developed by teammates.Link
A drag and evade game created in Unity. Art and sound assets created by teammates, and I did the core programming using C#. Enemies change as you travel higher and higher, and difficulty increases.Link
I love teaching! At a club called Codeology, I teach technical CS interview skills to give students the skills they need to be confident in the tech industry. I was formerly an Undergraduate Student Instructor for UC Berkeley's CS 70. I also helped teach Berkeley's CS61A as a course staff tutor.
As a graduate student next year in 2019-2020, I plan to do a lot of teaching. Check back here for updates on my teaching schedule!