Joseph Chen

High school deep learning researcher and upcoming web developer

About Me

Hi! I do independent, original deep learning research and some web development for the ultimate goal of helping as many people as I can. I like to mainly focus on solving problems in medicine with deep learning, but currently, I'm branching out and working at a startup (can't say what it's for yet) and leading a web development project.

For my previous research projects, I advanced to the finals for multiple competitions (namely New York City Science and Engineering Fair (NYCSEF) and Junior Science and Humanities Symposia (JSHS)) and won some awards, most notably a $500 money award at NYCSEF 2018. These competitions are full-fledged fairs that have judges decide whether or not you advance or not.

At my school, Queens High School for the Sciences at York College (long, I know), I lead the Math Research program at as a TA, where I mentor upcoming student researchers and ease them into eventually becoming lab interns at research institutions (NASA, Duke, Mt.Sinai). Aside from research, I'm the co-captain of the QHSS Robotics team and am the president of a computer science club, QHSS Cyber, which is where I'm actually leading the aforementioned web development project of an official website to host future club projects (making websites to host AI apps). I've also been performed for my school's KPOP dance club for two years, and I love to play volleyball (and learn how to treat my various injuries).

Enough about me though! If you actually stayed until the end of my introduction, I'm curious: How can I help you?