I was born and raised in Taiwan, and since coming to Berkeley, I now have two places I can call home.
From developing UI to writing parsers and code assistance tools for my work or for my engineering club, I'm always down to work on what's challenging and impactful.
You can find me in Berkeley building camraderie in IM Basketball, drinking boba at UCha, jamming to Coldplay or Chris Tomlin in my room, and praising God with my family in Klesis.
Public facing website of Pioneers in Engineering. I spent a year as web developer and a year as project manager where I planned and managed the redesign of much of the website organization, along with training new team members to use technologies in our stack.
Technologies used: HTML, SCSS, JS, Jekyll, Github, Bootstrap.
A Python open source framework for reinforcement learning of simulated self-driving vehicles to improve traffic congestion, developed at the Mobile Sensing Lab in UC Berkeley.
I recently joined this team and work on improving the framework, implementing Flow Garden as a UI for solution submissions and displaying a leaderboard, and solving new traffic problems.
Built SQL-like database tool with table insertion, read, select, and join using Java. Supports conditionals.
Technologies used: Java 8, JUnit
A small collection of the various projects from my clubs, research, classwork, or personal campaigns.
Feel free to shoot me a message or ask me any questions!