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Me on a rock. I am a fourth year student studying Computer Science and Engineering at UCLA. Although I'm still exploring different topics within my field, I am currently most interested in signal processing, machine learning, and computer networking. When I'm not coding my life away, I enjoy going on hikes, listening to music, and playing video games. Keep scrolling for more information about me!


University of California, Los Angeles Expected December 2021
Computer Science and Engineering, B.S.
UC Regents Scholar
GPA: 3.67

Relevant Coursework:

City College of San Francisco 2017-2019
Dean's List (Fall 2017 - Spring 2019)
Accomplishment in Mathematics
GPA: 4.0

Relevant Coursework:


Teaching Assistant December 2018 - August 2019
City College of San Francisco, Computer Science Department
Assisted with the Computer Architecture w/ Assembly class for two semesters. I helped students work through their homework and labs and clarified concepts in logic design and architecture. I also helped the instructor grade tests and quizzes.

Lab Aid August 2018 - May 2019
City College of San Francisco, Biology Department
Helped set up and maintain the department's inventory system in Excel. I also worked with other lab aids set up and take down lab for classes within the department. Responsibilities included preparing dissections, operating an autoclave for sterilization, and cleaning and organizing lab equipment.

Intern Summer 2016
Architectural Foundation of San Francisco
Worked with a team of 8 other interns to research the effectiveness of public open spaces within the community. Throughout the internship, I learned various 3D CAD programs and created an original open space design to present to a redevelopment project for the SoMa district in San Francisco.


Simple Router

A simple router with a NAT. Processes ARP, ICMP, and IPv4 Packets while maintaing ARP and NAT tables. Coded in C++.

File Transmission with CRC

Implemented a simple client-server application that transfers a file over a TCP connection and uses CRC to detect potential errors. Coded in C++.

Line Following Robot

My team and I coded an Arduino car capable of sensing and following a black line on a track.

Absolute Value Detector

My team and I created an absolute value spike detector. Modeled in Cadence Virtuoso

Commercial Driving Model

Collaborated in a team of three to train and optimize different classification models to predict high-performing drivers for the FreightTech company NEXT. Was able to achieve 96% accuracy on freight driver test data. Coded in Python.


WE@UCLA Aerospace Academy

Collaborated in teams of 5 to do small projects lead by Northrop Gruman and Raytheon. Topics focused on cybersecurity, radar, stealth, and systems engineering. Also discussed issues dealing with the gender gap in the STEM field with industry professionals.

Regents Scholar Society

Awarded the Regents Scholarship, which is given to the top UCLA applicants based on academic excellence, leadership, and exceptional promise. The RSS focuses on maintaing our commitment to scholarship, leadership and service.


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