I am currently an undergraduate student at Boston University pursuing a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. Having always been surrounded by technology, I have an inherent curiosity
of what powered everything behind it, which naturally led me to become interested in programming.
Being involved with computer science and the tech community allows me to explore and share new exciting technologies and tools alongside others with the same passions.
The ability to continually be learning and pursuing more knowledge is at the core of my goal of helping the general population gain more computer literacy.
Beyond tech, I am fascinated by music and the emotional impact that it has on us. I play the guitar and bass casually and these two instruments have shaped my music preferences to what they are today.
My top genres and top 3 artists of each as follows:
Sony Vegas Pro
Final Cut Pro X
This website is to keep track of and show projects that I am currently working on or finished. It is also a place to show a bit about myself.
Our site automatically pulls and synthesizes the abundance of public but extremely noisy data available on internet (e.g. internet, government hosted sites, blogs) into a concise summary of a candidate's stance on key issues. Users enter their zip code to find the elections they can vote in and the candidates running for office in these elections. The site automatically generates pages and descriptions for each candidate. Each topic card contains a summary of all the articles found on the internet about the candidate’s stance on a certain issue.
For the current freshman class, BU implemented a new system for their general education requirements which is called "The Hub". It revolves around taking courses within 6 "Essential Capacities". Many of the current freshman class find the requirements for The Hub unintuitive and have trouble deciding which classes to take in order to efficiently fulfill all the requirements. Our project aims to help these students and after they input their major and which AP credits they received, provide them with a personalized list of classes which they may take throughout their time at BU which will ensure that the Hub is fulfilled.
An iOS OCR scanning app for the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office to extract data from various court documents and send then to a database on the fly securely. OCR done with Tesseract using a flask backend with a MongoDB database. Front end done in Swift.