Hello! I am a Master's student in Computer Science at Stanford University, advised by Dr. Monica Lam. My research interests are in machine learning (computer vision, deep learning, and generative models) and human-computer interaction. Currently, I am building a data-driven automatic graphical user interface generator for Almond, the Stanford Open Virtual Assistant Project.
I graduated with my Bachelor's degrees in Computer Science and Computer Engineering from the University of Wyoming, where I was fortunate to work with Dr. Jeff Clune on researching visualization techniques for deep neural networks. I have also been a visiting researcher at the University of Southern California and Oakland University through the NSF REU program. I worked on modeling collaborative behavior in the decision-making processes of virtual agents at USC, and machine learning techniques for malware detection at Oakland.
Last summer, I interned with NIO's artificial intelligence team, where I worked on the trajectory prediction system in autonomous vehicles.
My full CV is available here.