Andrew is an MEng student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), concentrating on Artificial Intelligence. He's currently conducting research on Large Language Models at the MIT Media Lab in the Viral Communications Group. Outside of academic work, Andrew is skilled in software development, often tackling challenging projects. When not engrossed in tech, he can be found outdoors on his bike or at the climbing gym.
Latent Lab is an AI tool designed for deep exploration of vast knowledge bases
ArtTalk is a web application that revolutionizes museum experiences by allowing users to interact with artworks through gesture-based comments and insights
inFORM is a dynamic shape display exhibit at the MIT Museum, for which I developed a 3D model, crafted an interactive web platform, and ensured real-time user interactions using advanced web technologies
Spotify Monsters is a project where tamagotchi-like characters on an Arduino screen evolve based on a user's Spotify listening habits, with my role focusing on backend development, Spotify authentication, and data storage
Brass Rat 2023
The Brass Rat 2023 website is a responsive design I created for MIT's class ring, inspired by Apple's aesthetic
Listening Tab is a Chrome extension I made to showcase Spotify mood metrics, revealing unique insights about song energy and happiness
Spotify Explorer is a personal tool I developed to delve into song metrics like valence and energy, aiding in understanding song moods and generating tailored playlists based on selected criteria
Hatch is an app I co-developed to enable pre-ordering food for immediate service at restaurants, enhancing dining during lockdown, with our efforts recognized by acceptance into the Open Water Accelerator 2020
In Fall 2023, I launched a redesigned Next.js website hosted on Heroku, featuring real-time music updates from Spotify and efficient content management through the Notion API
Since starting rowing recreationally in 6th grade, I've progressed to win the Youth Rowing National Championships in high school, captained a 110-member team, and now hold the 8th fastest 2k erg time on MIT's lightweight men's team, marking a decade in the sport.
During quarantine, I took up road cycling for fitness and have since completed challenging rides, including a 260-mile journey from Boston to NYC, and explored terrains from Yosemite to the Pacific Coast Highway