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devksingh4/README.md

Hi there 👋

My name is Dev Singh and I am a freshman majoring in Computer Science at the University of Illinois. I am interested in Machine Learning (specifically Big Data and Natural Language Processing), as well as cloud technologies. I have previously worked with tools including: PyTorch, Keras, SLURM, scikit-learn, Express.js, Docker, Kubernetes, Canonical MaaS/Juju, Chef, and Ansible.

I am currently a student researcher at the Text Information Management and Analysis Group at the University of Illinois, advised by Prof. ChengXiang Zhai and Prof. Ismini Lourentzou (Virginia Tech). I am currently working on Computer Vision research projects involving active and semi-supervised learning with data noise and sparsity.

I am also a Software Engineering Intern at Zakti Security Labs, developing security and auditing applications for clients of all sizes.

For more information on my current projects (aside from those on GitHub), or to contact me, please visit my website here.

To see my resume, please click here.

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  1. notus Public

    Modeling the spread of COVID-19 to create various safer room layouts.

    JavaScript 3

  2. NodeJS REST API for interacting with The Red Alliance Mobile App

    TypeScript 1

  3. Red Alliance App in React

    JavaScript 1 6

  4. Titan Robotics 2022 Strategy Team Analysis Repository

    Python 1 2

  5. Handlebars

  6. Tools to manage Thinkpad properties

    Python 185 6

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Contribution activity

October 2022

2 contributions in private repositories Oct 1 – Oct 2

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