June 2020 - September 2020
Deep Learning—data sampling to improve performance on state-of-the-art stack. Collaborated with core engineering team on several PRs. Refactored and improved evaluation pipelines to increase compute and dev efficiency.
June 2019 - September 2019
Worked on autonomous vehicles, building an LSTM system using vehicle sensor data for an enhanced driving experience. As a bonus, my team won the company hackathon with a road quality monitoring/mapping system.
June 2018 - August 2018
Worked on Zero-Shot Multilingual Neural Machine Translation under Professor Rico Sennrich, and designed a neural network discriminator that used an adversarial objective function to universalize language representations during training.
June 2017 - September 2017
Computer vision and deep learning for object detection on a mobile platform. Using Caffe, trained deep learning frameworks from scratch to build gun detection capabilities on mobile. Achieved high accuracy on both gun and VOC classes in the same model.
I've been performing and competing with the Stanford Jump Rope team since my earliest days at Stanford. We do crazy flips and stunts, dance in double dutch, and jump on our butts!
This community has shaped my journey at Stanford both personally and professionally. As the Co-President my junior year, I had the honor of working with hundreds of women in CS that I admired.
When I'm out in wild landscapes, I'm home. When the breeze grazes my cheeks, when the pine needles whistle above, when the water rumbles below. To capture the sublimity of nature is to inspire awe, to preserve the land.
During quarantine, I picked up the guitar to sing with and haven't put it down since. If I'm not working or hiking, odds are I'm learning the fingerstyle to a new song. Annie's song. Landslide. Cherry Wine.
I grew up around Chinese food, but spent countless hours soaking up culinary knowledge from The Food Network. I find cooking to be a form of art, and love to apply my creativity to classic dishes and make them my own.
While my competition days are behind me, nothing beats the expression that Liszt, Chopin, and Debussy had intended for their music. That these pieces retain their beauty and power for hundreds of years is a marvel.
I am forever grateful for the opportunity to travel. To be a part of cultures that are not my own, places that I did not know, beauty I cannot comprehend. These experiences make for insane stories. These are the lessons extend beyond the classroom.
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Stanford, CA 94305