Summer 2014 - 16
Built the backend (using node.js) of a website that connects our product (a rapid, point-of-care device which accurately automates enzyme immunoassays) to both the users and the company.
June 2017 - June 2018
Built a python application for visualizing evolutionary diversity across genomes ALPHA: a toolkit for Automated Local PHylogenomic Analyses, that provides an intuitive user interface for phylogenetic analyses and data-viz.
Responsibilitiles include: grading, weekly office hours, and assisting students with weekly in class problem solving sessions.
R.A.L. Elworth, C. Allen, T. Benedict, P. Dulworth, and L. Nakhleh, "DGEN: A test statistic for detection of general introgression scenarios." Proceedings of the Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics. Helsinki, Finland, 2018.
R.A.L. Elworth, C. Allen, T. Benedict, P. Dulworth, and L. Nakhleh, "ALPHA: A toolkit for automated local phylogenomic analyses." Bioinformatics, 2018 (in Press).PROJECTS
Developed a program to tag each word in a textfile with it's part of speech using a second order Hidden Markov Model and the trigram-viterbi algorithm.
Languages & Technologies:
Math & Science:
Calculus I-IV, DiffE, Lin. Al., Abstract Al., Real Analysis, Modern Geometry, Number Theory.
140 Computational Thinking,
320 Comp. Engineering,
182 Algorithmic Thinking,
215 Program Design,
321 Computer Systems,
322 Parallel Programming,
390 Computer Science Projects,
496 Cross Training in Data Science.
TAMU Hacks 2018
Won the award for best project by first time hacker and was a finalist (top 7 out of 104 projects) at TAMU Hacks 2018.
3x world runner up, 3x math division champion. Ranked #1 in robot efficiency out of over 14,000 teams. 11x excellence award. 25x regional champ., 2x state champ.