I'm a Computer Science (Ph.D) graduate from the Singapore-MIT Alliance programme at the National University of Singapore. For a living, I currently convert caffeine into code at Google.
I've worked with IBM's Tivoli group, developing for their single sign-on application and associated services.
I spent a little time working for Efficient Frontier, developing algorithms for Internet marketing using search and display advertising, and Yahoo! on their advertising platforms team.
At Google, I work on the search ads serving team.
In grad school, I did research on algorithms and applications in Structural Computational Biology. My advisors were David Hsu and Tomas Lozano-Perez.
My research focused on algorithms for analysing and organising biological data, mainly protein structures. Interesting bits:
I have been a teaching assistant for the following courses: