I'm Michael

Graduate Computer Science Student

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A little bit about me

I began my career in computer science in August 2021 at the University at Albany and graduated Summa Cum Laude with my Bachelor of Science degree in May 2024. Currently, I am employed as a Data Labeling Analyst at Meta, where I collaborate with vendors to improve data labeling accuracy as a subject matter expert. I plan to continue my education at the University at Albany for my Master of Science degree with an anticipated graduation date of May 2025. Most recently, I was a member of the Data Management and Mining Lab at my university and a grant recipient from the National Science Foundation for a research fellowship. My areas of interest in research included spatiotemporal data and signal processing. This past summer, I interned at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, where I collaborated with the IT team on developing web applications for smart contract-based access.

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Years Experience Studying C.S.

My Work 🖥️

  • Interpreter

    This project involves creating an interpreter for a simple programming language, focusing on parsing and semantic analysis mechanics. Developed using Java.

    GitHub Repo Academia
  • NYT Connections

    A small Python script to attempt to solve New York Times' "Connections" game using Google's word2vec tool.

    GitHub Repo Personal
  • Personal Website

    A showcase of my portfolio and blog, developed using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for a dynamic and responsive user experience.

    GitHub Repo Personal
  • PySpady

    A sparse dictionary encoding Python library developed as an extension of several machine learning research papers.

    GitHub Repo Latest Personal
  • Operating System Simulator

    Simulation of an operating system's functions including process scheduling, memory management, and file systems. Written in Java to illustrate core OS concepts.

    GitHub Repo Academia