I am a Master's student at University of Zurich, studying Informatics. I am currently finishing up my Master's Thesis on the topic of Robustness in Federated Learning, with a planned end date in early August.
After discovering Firebase, I developed a passion for learning all things cloud. I completed all Coursera courses in the Professional Cloud Architect pathway, and am now studying for the certification exam.
In my free time, I enjoy learning new things, collaborating with others, and creating more and more ambitious games.
Forge is a turn-based multiplayer strategy game built with
Firebase and Unity. It combines elements from collectible
card games, real-time strategy games, and deck-building games into a cohesive competitive
Responsibilities included architecting networking, developing cloud functions, managing security rules, 3D modeling, game design, and gameplay programming.
Investigated the robustness in both horizontal- and vertical federated learning with adversarial attacks.Read more
Developed an ethereum-based collaborative net neutrality breach detection system.Read more
A multiplayer virtual reality wizarding game. Won 1st in Santa Clara University's Imagine That! contest.Read more
A web-app used to teach AES-encryption in Santa Clara University's cryptography course.Read more
As a lab tech in SCU's Imaginarium, I had many responsibilities. I collaborated with professors on interdepartmental virtual reality projects, like Latin VR (short article here) and a 4-dimensional grapher (video demo here). I also helped students on their own VR projects and taught the basics of VR-development to students and professors alike.
I founded and became the president of VRONCOS, the VR club of the Santa Clara Broncos. It aimed to connect members to not only the technology of VR, but to the community behind it as well. VRONCOS grew to a community of over 50 student members by the end of my tenure as president.
As a peer educator, I assisted professors, helped explain concepts, and mentored students during lectures.
As a teacher's assistant, I graded homework regularly for courses in Combinatorics, Statistics, and Advanced Calculus.