Master’s of Science Student in Computer Science
Hi, I’m Matthew. I’m currently a graduate student in computer science at McGill University located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Broadly speaking, my ongoing research interests are at the intersection of deep learning, computer vision, and medical imaging. More specifically, I’m interested in supervised-learning disease classification and detection in medical images (X-Rays, and Computed Tomography scans). Professionally, I’m a software developer with a broad range of experience in machine learning, data engineering, web development, and software testing and quality assurance.
CodeJam 2020 (McGill University Hackathon)
MAIS Hacks 2020 (McGill University Hackathon)
My team and I developed developed an AI-driven solution for skin lesion detection through their personal smartphones. My team and I won 2nd place and the “Best Social Good” subcategory prize out of over 50 teams. You can view the demo here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVZfe1e639c
ImplementAI 2019 (McGill University Hackathon)
My team and I developed developed an AI-driven solution online parental censorship. I trained the deep learning models for image censorship. My team and I won 2nd place out of over 30 teams. Learn more about it here: https://devpost.com/software/soteria-iemtas