I am a junior at the University of California, Berkeley double majoring in Computer Science and Data Science, with an emphasis in Business and Industrial Analytics. I'm also a member of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Disciplines. I am currently a Tutor for Foundations of Data Science at Berkeley, and am also using text-categorization algorithms and machine-learning models to research Euroscepticism in 25 years of EU oversight documentation.
I have a diverse technical and academic background that includes data structures, efficient algorithms, data analysis and visualization, computer security, probability theory, game development, natural language processing, and more. I am eager to explore opportunities both within and beyond my area of expertise.
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