I am a programmer, scientist and writer located in Toronto, Ontario. I graduated from Carleton University with a Master's of Engineering in Computer and Electrical Engineering after completing a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Waterloo University. I am currently a research assistant and programmer at Rotman Research Institute, working in Dr. Cheryl Grady's neurocognitive aging lab.
I am by nature a curious person, and my studies have taken me from the depths of the universe, to the complexities of the brain. I am always looking for new things to learn and new avenues to explore. My interests lie in scientific computing and data analysis, and more specifically in machine learning, AI and computational neuroscience. I have spent the last 3 years as a programmer and scientist in a neurocognitive reserach lab after 6 years in academia and 2 years in industry. You can find my CV here and previous reports and work here.
I am an avid traveler and music listener. I enjoy writing poems, short stories and digital photography. I am also a Toronto Maple Leafs fan and sports statistics and prediction is a hobby of mine.
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