Software Engineer


July 2016 - Present | Seattle, Washington

July 2016 - Present

Seattle, Washington

Software Development Intern


May 2015 - Aug. 2015 | Ottawa, Ontario

May 2015 - Aug. 2015

Ottawa, Ontario

Development of 4G LTE automation testing software tools for testers in Chicago and Beijing:
  • Java application that implements ADB to allow users to control Android devices from Windows/Linux/Unix platforms
  • Interface for simulating frequencies received by moving bodies near radio towers
  • Android application for automation of TCP/UDP traffic between phones and servers
  • Python GUI for accessing and communicating with Android device modems through serial COM ports

Undergraduate Researcher

Reasoning and Learning Lab, McGill University

May 2014 - August 2014 | Montreal, Quebec

May 2014 - August 2014

Montreal, Quebec

In the summer of 2014, I worked on a project about the Classification of Accelerometer Data under the supervision of Professor Doina Precup of the Reasoning and Learning Lab at McGill. Professor Precup and her colleagues acquired accelerometer data that was retrieved from mobile phones carried by students that recorded the phone's movements.

My objective of the project was to determine the best set of parameters for a classifier that determines the identity of the students carrying the phones. Specifically, I focused on the tuning of parameters for Weka's built-in J48 and IBk classifiers. I programmed in Java to preprocess raw mobile phone accelerometer data to be formatted for Weka software. Moreoever, I ran scripts through Weka on both Windows and Linux while tuning classifiers. In addition to working on my project, I attended weekly lab meeting and listened to graduate student thesis defences. On the final week of the summer, I presented my project in front of the other Reasoning and Learning Lab students.

Research Assistant

Peyton Hall, Princeton University

July 2011 - Aug. 2011 | Princeton, New Jersey

July 2011 - Aug. 2011

Princeton, New Jersey

In the summer of 2011, I assisted astrophysics doctoral candidate, Khee-Gan Lee, with Lyman-Alpha Forest research. I learned how to program in Interactive Data Language (IDL) on Unix in order to analyze and calculate trends on absorption-emission graphs.