APP DEVELOPMENT OVERVIEW

2020

ON TRACK MEMORY

  • Currently developing under the guidance of Professor Theodore Dumas Ph.D. at the George Mason University, Psychology Department 

  • Built an application available both on iOS and Android that detects anomalies in routines as an early warning sign for impending cognitive failure in aging

  • Gained technical skills in React Native, JavaScript, Expo Client, Git, and Github.

2019

MEET UP STUDY BUDDY

  • Built an iOS App-based platform that helps underclassmen, particularly low-income students, find and build their peer groups.

  • Featured by Fremont Union High School District during COVID19 Shelter-In-Place as a good platform

  • Gained skills in Java, Swift

2018

SHARE EYES & EARS

  • Semi-finaling project @ 2019 Girl's in STEM Technovation Challenge

  • Built an iOS & Android App designed to connect volunteers to help the visually or hearing impaired people, in real-time

  • Co-designed and planned with Mr. Mike Larson a Paralympic Judo Instructor

  • Gained technical skills in Java, Swift

 

ON TRACK MEMORY

Application software development has significantly evolved over the last 35 years. After the emergence of rudimentary home phones and basic gaming software, highly interactive applications have slowly replaced these predecessors, and are now capable of algorithmic learning based on the user’s actions. The current consumer market preference points to full mobile use of such applications via Android mobile and Apple IOS development platforms. Utilizing such technology enables endless possibilities. We chose to explore mobile application building tools to generate new methods for early and non-invasive detection of Alzheimer’s disease cognitive decline in aging.

 

MEET UP STUDY BUDDY

2019

  • As schools are shutting down and transitioning to remote learning due to the coronavirus pandemic, many students are finding it more and more difficult to get the help they need from their teachers via Zoom. Usually, students would go to a teacher for help during tutorial or before and after school, but with limited zoom sessions and uncertain official online curriculum, this has gotten increasingly difficult especially for low-income students. Local tutoring agencies tend to charge anywhere between $40 and $110 a session, fees beyond what most students can pay. With an app to create study sessions and tutoring groups, students can quickly access my MeetUpStudyBuddy program which matches students with similar interests for study sessions.

  • Download app here

 

SHARE EYES & EARS (SHAREEE)

2018

  • SHAREE's main purpose is to enable deaf and low-vision people to lead a more independent life by giving them real-time access to a network of sighted volunteers. Many people in the deaf and blind community actively use social media platforms on smartphones, so I thought building an app that can connect volunteers to those who need help would be time and cost-efficient. SHAREEE is a community where one can ask for visual and audible assistance from a volunteer at any time of the day.

  • Download the app here