Software Engineer, Problem Solver, Teacher, and Lifelong Learner
I'm Eric, and I'm currently a Software Engineer at Dropbox NYC.
I graduated from UC Berkeley in May 2016 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences.
In my free time, I love to play basketball, frisbee, and soccer, read up on current events, and explore new restaurants.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BizWorld is a non-profit that provides educational materials on entrepreneurship to help inspire students to become architects of their future. As a member of Cal Blueprint, I worked on the administrator flow for a Rails app that will help BizWorld educators manage their classrooms. The repository for the source code is located here.
Learn Algebra and Learn Algebra 2 are educational Android Applications that provide lessons, randomly generated practice problems, quick notes, and statistics for any person trying to learn or refresh on Algebra. I worked on these applications as a part of ExEquals, a group that some high school friends and I formed in the summer of 2012.
Spring 2014 : CS61B - Data Structures
Advice From Professors
While I was a student at Berkeley, I had the opportunity to pursue undergraduate research. I investigated applications of AI techniques for heart-beat estimation. I had the fortune of being mentored by Professor Stuart Russell and Yusuf Erol, and of working closely with Hugh Chen. A paper detailing our work was published in Physiological Measurement, and an implementation of our methods can be found here.
I also spent a semester as an undergradute researcher in the NetSys Lab. I had the pleasure of working with Chang Lan on E2.
 Hugh Chen, Yusuf B. Erol, Eric Shen, Stuart Russell, "Probabilistic Model-Based Approach for Heart Beat Detection", Physiological Measurement, Vol. 37, No. 9, August 2016, link.
Just some comics, pictures, and quotes that I have run across over the years. Enjoy!