My name is Aman. I am a student at the University of Michigan studying computer science.
My previous internship experiences include web development in healthcare technology, and open-source library development in an AI lab. This summer, I'll be joining Amazon as an SDE intern. Frankly, I love everything human and inhuman about computers.
In my spare time, I love to practice the violin, listen to French Impressionist composers, and read Fran Lebowitz essays.
Airborne is a data analysis tool for studying potential relationships between the COVID- 19 pandemic and air quality in the US, using case data from The COVID Tracking Project and particulate matter (PM2.5) readings from OpenAQ.
I developed Airborne in collaboration with Carston Koziol for a school project.
Named after the great pedagogue Ivan Galamian, Ivan is a lightweight metronome and scale practice tool for string musicians. Using the musician's microphone, Ivan can keep track of their scale repetitions.
During my internship at the Mechanical and AI Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, I joined the ManufacturingNet team to build an open-source ML library for manufacturing professionals.
I also designed a website, manufacturingnet.io, to accompany the project.
TimesCLI delivers the top headlines on The New York Times front page straight to your terminal.
For details about previous employment, check my LinkedIn.