About Me

I'm a machine learning engineer at TruEra. I graduated from UC Berkeley 🐻 in 2020 and was previously working on deep learning tools at NVIDIA. Feel free to reach out about CS, machine learning, or graphic design. Look forward to connecting!

Where I'm at

Since 2022, I've been at TruEra as a Machine Learning Engineer developing AI Quality tools.


In Fall 2016, I began working at The Daily Californian designing production layouts. In 2018, I began running the Production department where I oversaw 2 creative project teams. From 2019 to 2020, I oversaw all business operations at the Daily Cal.

In 2017, while at the Daily Cal, I helped start and lead INK Creative, a student-run branding agency, working on 3 client projects and raising over $1000 in the first 2 months of operation.

In 2017, I began working with Prof. Laurent El Ghaoui researching lifted neural networks. The next year, I helped graduate students in Prof. Dawn Song's lab train a end-to-end automated machine learning (AutoML) model. During the summers, I worked at Tencent (Summer 2018) and Qualcomm (Summer 2019) as a deep learning research intern, where I researched, developed, and trained models to tackle real-world instance segmentation and low-power body detection problems respectivley.

In January 2019, I joined Cal Hacks to organize Cal Hacks 6.0, a 36-hour hackathon with over 2000 attendees, 37 sponsors, and countless memories.

After graduating in 2020, I worked at NVIDIA as a Machine Learning Engineer researching ML applications in the hardware design space. I trained models for predictive error handling, logfile analysis and anomaly detection. Additionally, I developed necessary data collection, deployment, and monitoring/retraining pipelines to keep those models running in production.

While there, I co-founded and co-chaired NVIDIA's first community for Asian and Pacific Islander employees: Asian, Pacific Islanders & Allies @ NVIDIA (APIA). I'm very proud of growing our community to over 200 members in our first year and running events during the COVID-19 pandemic for everyone from new college graduates to NVIDIA's CEO, Jensen H. Huang.