I’m a mathematician and software engineer living in the Bay Area. I’m currently offering consulting services. I have expertise in C++, Python, machine learning, Tensorflow internals, and more.
Check out my recent project translating human sounds to dog barks entirely in the browser. It works by compiling a Tensorflow model to WebAssembly. (An up-to-date version of Chrome/Firefox/Safari/Edge is required.)
As a software engineer, I worked at Cruise Automation on autonomous driving. I was tech lead for the Prediction team (writing algorithms and code that runs on the autonomous cars and predicts where other drivers/cyclists/pedestrians will go). My recent computer science interests are in machine learning, autonomous systems, compilers, and more.
As a mathematician, I got my PhD from UPenn (my thesis was in differential geometry) and then was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto. My mathematical interests are in the area of differential geometry and geometric topology. Recently my attention has been snagged by the Wobbly Table problem and the Square Peg conjecture.
I’d be happy to hear from you! Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.