Occupation is a good alternate word for jobs because these are certainly occupying my time at the moment rather heavily.
📎My PDF resume/CV can be perused over here. Contact information detailed within.
I am passionate about creating applications that will have real world impacts in the quantum industry.
For my master’s work, I outlined how classical computing transitioners can learn quantum programming through a simple roadmap where I outlined tips, tricks, best practices, as well as sample code along with the most current quantum software tools to assist to date. (2022)
I continue to update this work.
In 2021, I was chosen as a top 5 out of all applicants for the NNSF Fellowship and interviewed with various national laboratories. I have participated in and won several hackathons and enjoy creating new tools for people to use. I have machine learning experience having underwent the experience of creating a climate technology wind prediction system in 2022. I interned on the machine learning team in 2021 at a fantastic Materials science and Bio-chem science company called Schrodinger where I assisted in developing their protein prediction software. I have hosted the NASA Space Apps Hackathon in New York City in 2022 and hope to impact others in positive ways as I grow in the future. In my free time, I make things at my local makerspace Hack Manhattan & enjoy listening to others to exchange ideas.
- Doodling & drawing
- Teamwork & collectivism
- Connecting different ideas from different topics
- Singing & practicing my ukulele
- Trying to fix things or repurpose them into something else.
- Trying out new things that I don't understand (which is a lot!)
- Meeting good people.
- Playing board/card/video games
I like to write too.
I appreciate any support for my endeavors to as I educate & continue to build projects for my local & global community. Consider buying me a coffee.