My academic focus revolves around multi-agent systems, where the agents range from dots on screen to real-world robots. It primarily revolves around scaling systems with a multitude of cooperating entities. I am unsure about where the solution is, so I dabble both in game theory as well as the deep dark of neural networks.
In my free time, I find joy in exploring math or physics youtube channels that provide insightful and practical introductions in a fun way. Other than that, I like going on treks and click pictures like the background picture of this website. There is some more time left sometimes which I use towards reading new developments in software development and watching chess game videos (or interesting minecraft redstone mechanisms :P). If all that sounds interesting, check out my resume.
I believe I am good at finding different things that have similar patterns. My philosohpy is to explore as much as possible in free time (training time). When presented with a problem, I analyze it and break it into patterns I have already seen to solve it (inference time).
I'm always open to discussions, collaborations, and sharing ideas. If you'd like to connect, don't hesitate to reach out, and we can have a virtual coffee chat.