I'm a sophomore Computer Science major and German minor at UC Berkeley. I'm also an international student from New Zealand! I love learning new things and I'm constantly looking to expand my horizons and gain new experiences. This semester I'm a Co-Director of Education for Codeology, a campus club that focuses on education, exploring of the tech industry, and creating a supportive CS community, a Tutor for CS 61A, and a CSM mentor for CS 61A. I also enjoy practicing German, playing piano, scuba diving, and travelling.
Have you ever wondered if something is Nicolas Cage or not? If so, you're in the right place. In this 4-week Codeology project I gathered data (read: beautiful images of Nicolas Cage), cleaned the data, created a ML model, and trained the model using Tensorflow.
In this 4-week Codeology project I created a program in Python that detects sound from the computer's microphone and reacts to the sound visually through a 3D mesh.
As a quick summer project, I created a python program that graphs the 20 most popular words in wikipedia articles as a pie chart using pyplot, Beautiful Soup, and Tkinter.
I collaborated with a project partner to build a scheme interpreter in python from skeleton code.