I am a student at the University of Alberta in their MSc in Computing Science program. My research focus is TBD. I am interested in AI.


This is my personal website, but it only contains info related to my career (for now).

The resume and cv sections showcase my skills and experience. The resume is more comprehensive about what I did and learned. The cv takes a more high level view, focused on professional and academic activities.

The projects, education, experience, and publications sections list all the work I've done in each area. In these sections, I only add comments I feel like adding and I don't remove redundant projects/bullet points (eg: If I have 2 web development projects, I only put 1 in the resume/cv sections).

The projects page in particular is quite long. To summarize:

  • 2015: Programs on the command line.
  • 2016 - 2018: Web development and game development.
  • 2019: Learned app development and released one on the Google Play Store.
  • 2019 - 2020: More game development projects, then a small project to cap things off.
  • 2019 - 2020: Meanwhile, also creating a large web development project to cap things off there.
  • 2020: A short break from projects to focus on my final university courses - many of which had their own projects. I also created a personal website.
  • 2021: Learned some of the CS areas I didn't get around to. Mostly focused on graphics.
  • 2022: Less projects due to lack of time and reason. Still did some for fun.
  • 2023 - 2024: AI.

I'll summarize more as the content grows.