DAVID LI



Software developer, card game enthusiast, badminton fanatic.

I'm a senior at Johns Hopkins, majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics.
I love solving quantitative problems in general, so I've explored many different domains,
such as planetary sciences, computational biology, and computer vision. I'm currently interested
in computer vision in applications to medicine.

Here's my resume.



PROJECTS


Artwork Classification

Course project in 600.475 Machine Learning comparing different machine learning techniques in classifying artwork from MoMA by time period and style.

Object Detection in Artwork with Neural Style Removal

Course project applying computer vision to improve object detection with neural style transfer.

Chirp

Twitter tool for reading tweets in voice of the original poster. Generates voices using one-shot neural style transfer.


TEACHING

Calculus III

Section notes and practice problems from teaching Calculus III at JHU