As a student of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at UC Berkeley, Patricia has contributed to Zulip, an open source chat client, and nbconvert, a Jupyter notebook utility that converts a Jupyter notebook to other file formats. While doing research at MIT, her data wrangling and analysis resulted in a peer-review publication. She regularly teaches programming and design to the robotics team that she mentors, ballroom dance to high school students, and basic computer skills to senior citizens. She has also spoken about her research at several regional conferences.
Wednesday 9 a.m.–12:20 p.m. in Room 15