My current interests focuses on Machine Learning Systems, Machine Learning Theory, and AI4Science.
I always depict myself as a combination of scientist and engineer. I do project in Machine Learning, Distributed Computing, Full Stack websites, Game programming, Cyber-security, etc.
My vision is to do something noble, and I'm still on the road to learning.
2015 - 2018
I have the honor of graduating from one of the best high school in China -- Beijing No.4 High School.
The memories I cherished most were being a player on school's soccer team.
My team won the 4th place of the UMass scoreboard of UMassCTF 2022.
I personally solved 3 challenges. The pwn challenge zip_parser only solved by 3 teams at last and my team is the second submission.
Reconnect System is a system that helps offline clients quickly catch up when they get back online
We won the first place in Unihack ’21 Hackathon and awarded ￥10,000 by a full stack website that involving Hugging Face NLP Machine Learning Pipeline.
We presented a combined model to evaluate the accuracy of the Asian Giant Hornet sightings reported in Washington State.
RRS: Random Forest + ResNet-18 CNN + Spatial Distribution Reproduction Model.
Refer to the GitHub Repo for my implementation and more information.
LaTomatina is a casual game developed by Team Devil Otter.
The game was inspired by the traditional Spanish festival La Tomatina (tomato fight).
With an unlimited supply of tomatoes, players compete in a pleased tomato fight on the streets of Bunol with other players on the Internet.
Apr 2019 & 2020
2nd Place in 34th & 35th JCK Competition
$1,000 Awarded each year. ($2,000 in total)
Similar but easier competition with IMO (International Mathematical Olympiad)
Leader of a team of 5
Process and Analysis big physical data from The Canadian National Women's Rugby Team with R (R Studio)
3rd Prize in NOIP Beijing, China
Individual competition: Code and solve problems with algorithms and data structures in C/C++.
Our work, grounded in mathematical principles, aims to expedite large-scale, high-performance machine learning systems that are efficient, parallel, and distributed in real-world settings.
Cornell Chinese Students and Scholars Association. Joining Cornell CSSA is the most precious experience of my student life.
Together we organized the Cornell Spring Festival Gala, Mid-Autumn Festival carnival and other activities. I was also in charge of the freshman pickup service.
Cornell Chinese Dragon Soccer Club
I represented Cornell CDSC as a first-team player in the ivy league and other competitions.
My responsibilities include: Information Retrieval, Data Processing, Model Implementation, Performance Analysis, and Application Product Implementation. Check out acad.garywei.dev for research and projects!
I have been a member of the Personnel Department of UMass Amherst CSSA since the fall of 2018.
We hold several events such as Spring Festival Gala, Mid-Autumn Festival Barbecue, and Campus Singer Competition every year. I'm one of the organizers of all these events.
I'm currently studying ML at Cornell University. I worked at UMass BioNLP Lab on biomedical NLP projects directed by Prof. Hong Yu.
My research interests include machine learning in biomedical NLP, 3D computer vision, and high performance reproducible machine learning projects.
Checkout acad.garywei.dev for more!
I started to develop full stack websites using node.js(express), Django and work with AWS serverless services since 2019. I design full stack web-application architectures.
This website is currently deployed on Heroku and a traditional server using Docker containers. It is a node.js express based server-render website.
I'm a PROUD Arch Linux user. I also conduct research on Windows 10, macOS, and Ubuntu 20.04, and proficient with docker and VM solutions.
I received my B.S. degree in Computational Math and Applied Math, which include numerical solution and analysis to solve linear system, approximation problem, ODE, etc.
I've taken MATH 651, Grad Level Numerical Analysis, with Prof. Qianyong Chen in advance.
I have taken Game Programming course (UMass CS 576) and learned to develop game in Unity.
I play League, AAA, and indie games, these masterpieces ignited my passion for being a Game Developer.
I took the security class (CS 390R) titled Reverse Engineering and Vulnerability Analysis at UMass Amherst and acquired elementary level skills of vulnerability analysis and exploiting C-based programs.
I enjoyed the time solving CTF challenges.