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Alex Walczak
425-350-8482
awal[AT]awal.io

EDUCATION:

 * University of California, Berkeley			Berkeley, CA
   B.A., Computer Science 				Fall 2013 - Spring 2017

 * Stanford University					Stanford, CA
   CS230 Deep Learning					Spring 2019
    - Project: Deep Learning for MRI Reconstruction.
      https://github.com/alexwal/cs230-project
	
 * Princeton University					Beijing, China
   Chinese language immersion in Beijing		Summer 2015

 * National University of Singapore			Singapore
   Courses in Southeast Asian culture & history		Summer 2014

WORK EXPERIENCE:

 * Apple Inc.						Cupertino, CA
   Software Engineer, Accessibility			October 2018 - Present
    - Improving accessibility of iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS for blind and low-vision
      users

 * Adobe Inc.						San Francisco, CA
   Machine Learning Software Engineer			May 2017 - Sept. 2018
   Adobe Sensei & Stock Search
    - Fast, large scale deep learning on the cloud powering Adobe Stock Search
    - Rapid, parallelized forward inference and indexing of 100s of millions of
      assets
    - Collaborating with Adobe Research to investigate new ML algorithms
    - Low latency model serving for interactive Stock Search features
	
 * Umbo Computer Vision					Taipei, Taiwan
   Machine Learning Intern				May 2016 - August 2016
    - Developed app for efficient few-shot learning in real time
	
 * UC Berkeley EECS & Lawrence Berkeley National Lab	Berkeley, CA
   Undergraduate Researcher				August 2014 - May 2017
    - Created video segmentation algorithm for automating data collection and
      analysis of rotating E. coli

SKILLS:

Languages: Python, Objective-C, Swift, C, Java, UNIX Shell

Machine Learning: TensorFlow 1 & 2, Torch, GPU

Tools: AWS & other cloud computing, Docker, git, Terraform

PUBLICATIONS:

T. Zajdel, A. Walczak, D. Sengupta, V. Tieu, & M. Maharbiz, "Towards A Biohybrid
Sensing Platform Built on Impedance-based Bacterial Flagellar Motor Tachometry,"
IEEE BioCAS Conference, Turin, Italy. October 2017.

EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY:

Citizenship: USA, Poland (European Union), Canada

AWARDS:

Berkeley CITRIS Invention Lab Fellowship, 2016
Huang Scholarship, 2015-2016
Santander Bank Scholarship, 2014

COURSEWORK:

CS189: Machine Learning			CS170: Algorithms & Complexity
CS162: Operating Systems		EE126: Statistics & Probability
EE123: Digital Signal Processing	EE222: Nonlinear Control Theory
M113: Abstract Algebra			M104: Real Analysis

HOBBIES:

Chinese language			Native Polish speaker
College Ski and Snowboard Club		Traveler to 26+ countries