I’m in Cambridge doing these things:

  • Engineering  degree: I’m in my third year at Cambridge. This year I’m studying Information Engineering (signal processing, control, statistical inference, information theory) with some Bioengineering (molecular bioengineering, neuroscience, medical imaging) and risk modelling.
    • I’ll be focusing on understanding these topics and especially how they relate to statistical modelling (or machine learning, whatever you call it).
    • I’m also studying French!
    • In my first two years I studied Maths and then Economics.
  • Research in Neural Networks, Reinforcement Learning
    • I am working on a project to do with reinforcement learning. Let me know if you want to know more. 🙂
  • Blogging
    • Blogging about learning machine learning, programming (Python specifics and algorithm design) and and on topics in my engineering degree.
    • I blog to better understand what I’m learning and to make learning easier for other people.
  • Applying to jobs and internships (and considering grad school)
    • To all the students in the same boat – hang in there!
  • Music: Arranging for acapella and composing short film scores. Playing contemporary piano background music.
  • Reading the Bible and other books
  • Playing badminton
  • Pet Projects: Improving HelloMotions.com, an online debating topics database.

Last updated: October 2017

(Idea borrowed from Derek Sivers.)