I am a graduate student in Nuclear Engineering. I began my research career with computer tomography and moved on to specialize in the medical applications of nuclear engineering. This is where I found my curiosity and affinity for the intricacies of the human-computer interface. I also worked on a paper on neural networks with a friend, and got a glimpse of the relationship from another perspective(some would say, even, from the other way round).
I’m excited for this opportunity to lead fellow enthusiasts, and together delve deeper into the recent technologies in HCI.
In my free time, you can find me trying out new cuisines, listening to music, reading, re-watching drama shows/movies, writing poetry or swimming.