I'm a 17 year old student at the University of Toronto Schools who's passionate about brain-computer interfaces, AI, and VR. I've always been curious to learn as much as I can about the world and I've written various articles on my research and experiences thus far. I have had internships at Microsoft and the University of Toronto, been featured on CTV, had articles written about me in publications such as the Globe and Mail and Women of Influence, and have spoken at various conferences in Toronto. I'm also a cofounder at The Plastic Shift, an organization devoted to solving the plastic pollution problem!
I have built my own brain-computer interfaces (including a program that allows users to spell out words by blinking) and written various articles on the technology.
I have taken various courses on AI and interned under Prof. Kundur at the University of Toronto where I developed a ML algorithm for autonomous vehicles.
I've built numerous games in virtual reality including Fruit Ninja, Flappy Bird, Tic-Tac-Toe, and a hurdles game. I've also written numerous articles on these projects.
In the summer of 2018, I had the opportunity to work at Microsoft as a product development intern. There, I worked on projects that were later implemented within the company.
I'm in grade 12 at the University of Toronto Schools where I'm involved in numerous extracurriculars. I'm a representative in student council and exec of our Girls in Tech conference, among other things.
In 2020, I cofounded an organization to provide resources on the plastic pollution problem. We've spoken at a webinar held by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and partnered with Plastic Bank.