Responsible for user re-engagement. Performed internal and competitive market analysis, developed product strategy, solution specs & requirements, UI mockups, managed prototype development, & set groundwork for production launch.
Created Android app for co-browsing between relevant collocated devices, using App Engine server backend & Cloud Messaging (GCM). Assisted in developing device discovery service API specs. Developed UI mockups, prototypes.
Designed and created network-enabled laboratory test bench software using LabVIEW and script language translator using C and Python. Assisted in parts/materials logistics management and technical procedure/report development.
Assisted in developing an audio/video simulator for binary black hole collisions in Mathematica with Dr. Janna Levin
Tutored New York City middle/high school & undergraduate students in Computer Science, Physics, Math, & English
Performance tuned SQL database query algorithms, scalability, and structural design for business analytics software, using Microsoft SQL Server 2008. Developed test bench applications in Java (with automated XML & HTML reporting).
Assisted in developing increased efficiency x-ray telescope mirrors for use on the International X-ray Observatory. Designed & programmed electrical laboratory equipment and software systems using LabVIEW and C.
Product strategy development & implementation, metrics analysis, UI/UX design & prototyping, product requirements & roadmap development, white-paper development, cross-product area coordination, Agile & Waterfall project management
Application software development for desktop (Windows/Mac OS X/Linux), mobile (Android), & web. Systems software development, networking, programming language/compiler design, & OS programming. Object-oriented & functional programming. Data structures, algorithms analysis, memory management & debugging, parallelism & synchronization.
Java, C/C++, Python, OCaml, HTML, CSS, (T-)SQL, Assembly, Lisp/Scheme, XML, XSL/XSLT, LabVIEW, Mathematica, MATLAB
JIRA, Eclipse IDE (Java, C/C++, Android, App Engine), Android (Google Play Services, GCM, Account authorization, Location API, SDK tools, SQLite), Google App Engine, Git/Subversion/Perforce, MS SQL Server, GNU tools (make, Vim, Valgrind, etc), bash scripting, VMware/VirtualBox, Wireshark, Bootstrap, FFmpeg, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office
Double major in Computer Science (Software Systems track) and Physics. Expected date of graduation: Feb. 2015.
As a Columbia University student, I offer in-home tutoring services within the Manhattan borough of New York City, or online in other areas.
I have tutored for more than five years both independently and professionally with the Columbia Tutoring and Translating Agency (CUTTA), working one-on-one with over 20 clients, from elementary school to university, in subjects including Physics, Math, Chemistry, English, Computer Science, Project Management, Essay Correction, and standardized test prep.
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I cofounded a marketplace for community-based immediate tutoring (à la Uber for tutors) called OnCall. We're fully incorporated and planning on launching (with Web/iOS native apps) to university campus by finals season (late Q4 2014). Links and more info coming soon after launch!
I've been involved in cofounding a platform for connecting politicians to their constituents. Originally conceived as part of an entrepreneurship class, we've received preliminary backing from angel investors, and are currently working to launch in limited beta by Q1 2015. Links to the product, docs, and more info will be released after our initial launch.
During the summer, I worked as a research assistant with renowned theoretical astrophysicist Janna Levin to assist her in an ongoing effort to model variable-condition binary black hole collisions. The main premise behind her research is that as black holes come together, they warp the fabric of space, causing gravitational waves to be emitted, which can be recorded as resonant sounds here on Earth. My contribution to the modeling effort involved primarily the Mathematica computational platform, using FFmpeg to automatedly generate audio/visual simulations (a few of which can be seen here).
I designed & programmed a computer model in Mathematica to simulate nano-scale spark discharge for enhancing cosmic ray detector precision. This independent research project was completed in conjunction with WPI Center for Computational NanoScience.