Life is about balance. Because I spend most of my day working, I do as many outdoor activities as possible in my free time. I like boating, doing different sports, going out on adventures and visiting as many new places as I can. I am a certified judo instructor with years of teaching and coaching experience.
I am a member of Golden Key International Honour Society, Upsilon Pi Epsilon Honor Society, IEEE, ACM and the Microbiology Society and an alumnus of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.
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Or check out my résumé! (Last updated 01/01/2021)
Team to be decided.
Summer internship at the Facebook App Monetization Ranking team. Designed, built, and evaluated a ML experimental ranking framework to allow user-specific ads personalization, increasing revenue.
Summer internship at the Advanced Data Analytics team. Spearheaded the architecture design and implementation of the end-to-end migration of all on-premise systems to Azure Cloud Ecosystem.
Interaction inference and causal discovery on multi-omics time-series microbiome data.
TA of Graduate Theory of Computation, Operating Systems Principles, Intro to Data Mining, Intro to Microcomputers, and Academic Success Initiative Ambassador for 4 courses.
Analysis, design, implementation and maintenance of an expert system in Java IBM ODM, a radioactive alarm system, and web application in a SCRUM team.
Use of machine learning to analyze genomic data and development of a bioinformatic platform accessible at chromevol.fiu.edu.
Academic Ancestors: [Courtesy of the Mathematical Genealogy Project] Giri Narasimhan (1989), Rachel Manber (1982), Victor Klee (1949), Edward McShane (1930), Lawrence Graves (1924), Gilbert Bliss (1900), Oskar Bolza (1886), C. Felix Klein (1868), Rudlof Lipschitz (1853), Gustav Dirichlet (1827), Julius Plucker (1823), Jean-Baptiste Fourier (?), Christian Gerling (1812), Martin Ohm (1811), Simeon Poisson (?), Carl Gauss (1799), Jospeh Lagranage (no degree), Johann Pfaff (1786), Karl von Langsdorf (1781), Abraham Kaestner (1739), Leonhard Euler (1726), Christian Hausen (1713), Johann Bernoulli (1694), Jacob Bernoulli (?), Johann Wichmannshausen (1685), Gottfried Leibniz (1666), Otto Mencke (1665), Erhard Weigel (1650).