Hi there, I’m Steven 👋
- I’m interning at NVIDIA for Fall (Sept-Dec) 2023 on the Isaac ROS team
- I work under professor Yash Pant researching and engineering autonomous racing using the F1TENTH (click to learn more) platform
- I am in my university’s autonomous racing team (MITT-PIT-RW 🏎 ) working on Perception
- I am developing a Poker AI that uses Counterfactual Regret Minimization (CFR) to solve Imperfect Information games
Currently seeking Summer 2024 internships.
Under the Hood: My Second Brain 🧠
Explore My Brain:
- You can use the search bar 🔍 to look for my thoughts on a particular topic (ex: “self-learning”)
- My Maps of Content (MOCs) are vague outlines of my world
- My school notes can be found Waterloo Software Engineering
- Outside of trying to be a technical person, I occasionally think about humanity, see My Worldviews for a taste, or my blog
A Note on My Notes
These notes are primarily written for myself as I am Learning. As a result, they are often incomplete and don’t make sense. My goal by sharing these notes is to showcase the topics that I am interested, display my knowledge (and lack off) in a subject, and encourage serendipitous encounters. If you think there is a topic that I NEED to learn, shoot me a message on Twitter.
Also, if you see a hyperlink that doesn’t work, it’s probably a private note (ex: 20 Years Old).
My notes are here for you to get another perspective on how to think about concepts in a way that has not been possible less than 3 years ago.
Speaking at BrebeufHx, a hackathon that I co-founded in high school.
In The Past
- I interned at Ericsson doing 5G software development and applied reinforcement learning approaches for Antenna Calibration
- I interned at Siemens writing software to map buildings with robots for RTLS applications
- I was heavily involved in the UWaterloo Robotics Team building next-generation Mars rovers as well as the Waterloo Aviation Robotics Team building autonomous drones
- I founded of a nonprofit called Kurius that organizes free coding events for 4000+ Canadian high school students
- I obtained my Glider pilot license at age 15 (the summer that I fell in love with Aviation)