I am a machine learning researcher and software engineer with major interests in visual computing. My previous research was mostly related to computer vision: in domains such as computational perception, autonomous navigation and biomedical imaging. I have high interests in interdisciplinary applications, with my previous projects relating to the study of human memory (with MIT), applications in healthcare (with Massachusetts General Hospital), astronomy (with Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) and microscopy (with Harvard Lichtman Lab). I’ve been an avid programmer for many years now, with extensive experience in a variety of technologies and languages. Several years ago, I also taught several programming courses in college as a teaching fellow. Before doing computer science research, I developed various software applications for non-scientific purposes.
I hold a Master’s degree in Computational Science and Engineering from Harvard University. I spent my year of research in Aude Oliva’s lab at MIT CSAIL, where I computationally modeled human visual memory as part of the Memento project. During my time at Harvard, I also interned in the Google Brain Robotics team under Anelia Angelova. Previously, I earned a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Bonn, Germany in 2016, where I minored in physics and astronomy, and worked as a research intern at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). I use this webspace for hosting personal projects, and plan to publish some of them publicly here.