# archive

Miscellaneous work over the years.

#### Undergraduate years

**Work**

- As a part-time job, I worked as Network Engineering Team Lead for the organizing and maintaining the University’s network infrastructure.
- Manage, facilitate projects under the underlying goals (with the help of an awesome team)
- Training and teaching new hires
- Leading and guiding what to do in the field with handling customers, etc.
- Organize team meetings, resume workshops, technical workshops, social events, etc.
- Meetings with campus network engineers, directors, facilitators about the overall goals.

- Lab work
- Presented our research Deep learning in High Energy Physics

Photo credits go to the BPURS program

**Course Work**

- Intro to Artificial Intelligence
- Computer Architecture
- Electrodynamics
- Mathematical Physics
- Relativity, Optics, Modern Physics
- Electromagnetism & Thermodynamics
- Datastructures & Algorithms
- Mathematical Networks
- Discrete Mathematics
- Electronics and Circuits I
- Recipe for Circuit Analysis
- Recipe for Equivalent Circuits

**Teaching**

- Course Staff Tutor Intro to Artificial Intelligence (CS188)
- Academic Intern for Computational Structures in Data Science (CS88C):
- Teaching and guiding student during LAB and Office Hours
- Some advanced datastructures cheatsheet
- k-means algorithm animation (for the Maps project)

- A mini-lecture on Quantum Algorithms: Bernstein-Vazirani for Berkeley Physics Directed Reading Program
- Our entire lecture is written here Bernstein-Vazirani Algorithm.

- Self-designed “Basic Mathematical Finance Course” for Splash@Berkeley with co-teacher Vedant Jhawar
- Animations: Brownian Motion in Stocks, Central Limit Theorem, Probability distribution, and Exponential growth.
- Slides

**Outreach**

- Temple Run AI demo at Upper Sproul, Berkeley
- Elementary school outreach (BASIS Outreach Society of Physics Students)
- Went a few times to teach elementary schools about basic circuits.

**Pet Writings**

- Problem of the week for Society of Physics Students. Weekly puzzles shared across the physics department.
- My problems for UC Berkeley’s Integral Bee, a competition for solving integrals hosted by the school.