I am currently pursuing my Master’s of Software Engineering at Auburn University (Alabama Polytechnic Institute), with a focus on Human-Computer Interaction and Intelligent Tutoring Systems within the Intelligent and Interactive Systems Laboratory.
I have worked on several academic, personal, and internship projects, notably the new cross-platform Graphical User Interface for the ASPEN software at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, and a native mobile application at Morgan Stanley.
My passion for technology lies in the belief that the ghosts in the machine will help us evolve and my primary interests are:
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Human-Centered Computing
- User eXperience
- Software Architecture
- Artificial Intelligence
- Mobile Engineering
I am also passionate about blacksmithing, ParKour (free-running), traveling, reading, learning new languages, and baking complex French desserts. Although I am familiar with a fair share of romance languages, they are all spoken with a cute French accent.
I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Auburn University, with a Bachelor of Software Engineering; in dual degree with Oglethorpe University, where I received a Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude.