I am currently a graduate student in the Reinforcement Learning and Artificial Intelligence Lab at the University of Alberta. My research interests center around two questions:
I'm also interested in equitable education, roboethics, and how technology can help improve biodiversity, conservation and livelihoods. To this end, on weekends I help with writing software for Urban Biodiversity Hub and Iron & Earth. Previously, I interned with Kindred Systems and was a research assistant with the Energy, Technology and Architecture Lab at the University of British Columbia (UBC). There, I worked on machine learning models to understand the impacts of future climate change on the built environment. I also launched a sustainability open data portal for the university.
Before this, I enjoyed exploring the world of physics at UBC. I learned about the complexities of producing radioisotopes at TRIUMF, as well as how elegant particle physics experiments are designed with the PIENU collaboration.