Being on the Power and Performance team, I worked on an internal machine learning benchmarking application used to measure CPU performance scaling. I also created an order tracking system in Django, featuring data dashboards and budgeting analytics.
Being in the innovation office, I had the unique opportunity to work on projects using emerging technologies. I developed an iOS application for Blinds.com, which uses ARKit to measure a users window and suggest products based on its dimensions and user preferences.
My research experience was in the Ubicomp Lab Group working on the Chronic Care Management Project. Passionate about technology and healthcare, I created a social-media based iOS application which aims to educate, inform, and raise awareness for those who have ashtma and caregivers.
Working in the integrations department, I gained exposure and developed skills in several areas of software development: mobile, web, and big data. I successfully worked on over 60 Salesforce client cases, standardized patient data syncing, and used Tesseract computer vision frameworks to pull patient data from barcode scanning.
Responsible of all Georgia Tech IT related graduate and undergraduate student projects and initiatives, I collaborate with administrators and departments to give the student perspective on software policy and goals, including working with the $30 million technology budget. I also lead the student-run IT devleopment board, which creates tools and services for students on campus.
CS 2340: Objects and Design. Introduces design methodology and notation, Agile principles, software engineering, and practice in design with an emphasis on Android development. I held office hours three times a week to help students with their projects.
Representing the Grubhub brand and serving as liaison to Georgia Tech’s student population, I was responsible for distributing promotional material to students on campus and on social media.