Since childhood, I have longed to become an engineer who uses innovative technologies to solve practical problems. As a computer science student at Johns Hopkins, I have taken courses related to data structures, algorithms, mobile app development, and artificial intelligence. These courses armed me with solid foundations for solving problems with appropriate data structures and algorithms as well as familiarity with programming languages like Java, Python, C, and C++. In the next three semesters, I will focus on AI-related techniques like machine learning and the applications of those mechanics in the real world. I believe AI will be one of the most effective tools to help humans to solve many unsolved problems.
Apart from my academic life, I also had experience working at two student-run startup companies. I really like collaborating with passionate teammates to build our own exciting projects. Additionally, I love involving in on-campus clubs and organizations. I participated in various technical clubs and was once a project leader leading a team of 10 members. Moreover, I also play badminton frequently and like to volunteer for hackathons and animal welfare. If you want to know the details of my experience, you can check my profile below.
Please feel free to connect me on LinkedIn and contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any software engineer internship opportunities or would like to talk more about my interests and experience:)
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