I’m a computer science student and a visual arts hobbyist.
I am devoted to learning more about grounded architectures of cognition and the collaboration of neuroscience and machine learning. I am currently working as an Intern Software Engineer at ELISE, - developing new software features, implementing geometrical algorithms, and extending the applications API. I also love visual arts, whether in the form of photography, videography, graphic design, or animations. Cameras built me a second world, a playground where I ruled all the variables and was able to shape visions the very way I perceived them. Here and now, this obsession embodies a second realm. An outbreak from realism and a different way of taking pleasure of the world - one where moments are frames and movements are emotions.
It’s rather clear by now how much admiration I have for arts, especially visual arts. Here is a selected assortment of some of my modest works and projects. A link to a gallery featuring my output will be uploaded soon.
I also really enjoy doing organizational work. I have organized multiple events in my time at Jacobs University and more during high school. I was the main organizer for Jacobs University’s orientation week 2019 - the biggest edition in the history of Jacobs University - and was in charge of supervising a team of 100 people and welcoming more than 500 students - you can read more about my experience here. Additionally, I was the main organizer for JacobsHack! 2020 - the biggest hackathon in Germany -, leading a group of 40 students and receiving about 200 participants.
If you would like to contact me, for whichever reason, feel free to use any of the channels displayed below. I have limited my access and usage of social networks; therefore, I should be more responsive to the few channels I kept. Like most people I rest, for this reason, the little watch below will help you find out if I’m available to respond or not.
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