more about me
Outside of academics, I like bouldering, playing video games, and drawing. On campus, I was involved with the McGill Artificial Intelligence Society and the Society of Undergraduate Mathematics Students Council. I was also part of the 2019 AI4Good Summer Lab cohort.
Aside from being part of student-run clubs, I was a research assistant for the Social Media and Crowdsourcing Assessment of Weather Impacts (SMaCAWI) Lab under the supervision of Professor Renee Sieber. The research was funded by a grant and contract from Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), aiming to investigate how crisis managers can effectively use social media for real-time situational awareness. To see how we used various NLP and social network analysis techniques for the project, check out the landing Github repository for various links to our work, or our final project report for a detailed overview.
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Here is a list of things that I’ve written for various classes on topics that I think are cool. Feel free to read!
- Duality is all you need - for COMP 599 Fall 2019
- Random Walks on Groups and Results Related to Amenability - for MATH 596 Winter 2020
some doodles can be found here