Hi, I'm Sean!

Software Engineer, AI & Machine/Deep Learning Enthusiast, and World Traveler


Software Development Engineer Intern, Amazon AWS EC2
Graduate Teaching Assistant, CS 506 Software Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison

MS in Computer Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI, USA
BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
Exchange Study in Computer Science, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Exchange Study in Computer Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, USA

About Me

I am a computer science master student at the University of Wisconin-Madison and a software engineer. I am curious, adventurous, persistent, and passionate. If I am out of work, I am always exploring a new city/country, learning new knowledge, or making friends from various cultures!

My interests involue AI, ML, DL, and many technological contrivances. I have several research/work experiences in ML, AI, and software engineering. For instance, I worked on using NLP to understand and identify violent messages and predict stock prices by LSTM, CNN, and NB-SVM. In addition, I worked on Cognitive ARtifacts for Machine Learning (CarML), an open source distributed platform to easily deploy and benchmark machine learning frameworks and models across hardware infrastructures, through a common interface, at IBM-Illinois Research Centre.

At school, I am a graduate teaching assistant in CS 506 Software Engineering, a course teaches ideas and techniques for designing, developing, and modifying large software systems. I have guided and stimulated 10+ teams (80+ student) applying agile software development onto their projects.

On the side, I love travelling and absorbing myself in cities' cultures and vibes. Born and raised in Taiwan, I have also lived in Sweden and US, and I have visited 35+ countries. I travel whenever I feel like it. Thus, my trips are typically decided last minute (i.e., tickets booked a week before departure) and/or unplanned (e.g., without scheduling spots/museums/etc., just wandering around in a city or having tea in a cafe).

If you have an idea for something amazing, interesting, or if you are interested in stories happened in my trips, feel free to contact me and I am more than eager to explore/share!