I'm an Information Science student at Cornell University, aspiring full-stack engineer, and big brother. My most recent internship was with IBM Watson in Littleton, MA, developing applications using the Watson Developer Cloud services and APIs. At Cornell, I am the President of Information Science Student Association, the Scoring Director at Cornell Science Olympiad, and the Volunteer Director for Slope Day.
App Development InternAs a member of the Watson Engagement Advisor team, I developed applications using Watson Developer Cloud services such as Watson Conversation, Watson Text-to-Speech, and Watson Alchemy. Implemented functionality for user input through speech for the Watson Conversation demo app. Check out the presentation I gave on how Watson Conversation works!
DeveloperNodeJS developer for Professor Watson, an application powered by IBM Watson Conversation to help players of Pokemon GO with various questions and information. Integrates with Facebook, Slack, Twilio, and Twitter bots to allow users to experience Professor Watson with their desired client. Try it out here!
PresidentPresident for Information Science Student Association, an organization of Information Science students at Cornell. Preside at general body and executive board meetings, assist event chairs with logistics such as food/room reservation, communicating with guests and faculty, and manage online presence. The President also interacts with members of faculty and staff to increase club presence, and provides outreach to new and prospective Information Science students.
Information Science Dept.
Teaching AssisstantResponsibilities include holding walk-in office hours, grading student assignments, and teaching a 20-student discussion section.
- INFO/CS 1300: Introductory Web Design & Programming - Fall 2015 & Fall 2016
- INFO/CS 2300: Intermediate Web Design & Programming - Spring 2016
- INFO/CS 3300: Data-Driven Web Applications - Spring 2017 (does not include discussion section)
- INFO/STS 4240: Designing Technology for Social Impact - Fall 2016 (does not include discussion section)