Ángel Alexander Cabrera

I am a fourth year Stamps Presidential Scholar at Georgia Tech studying computer science and economics. I am currently interning with the Android Auto team at Google. I have worked on various projects over the past few years, but have recently focused on interpretable machine learning.

Education

Present -
August 2015
B.S. in Computer Science
Georgia Institute of Technology - Atlanta, GA

Overall GPA: 4.0/4.0

Fall 2017
Science Po - Paris, France

Exchange student studying economics

Industry Experience

August 2017 - May 2017
Google
Software Engineering Intern

Anomaly detection and trend analysis system for Google's data processing pipelines

August 2016 - May 2016
Google
Engineering Practicum Intern

Analytics and monitoring dashboard for a Google Maps backend system

Research Experience

Present -
January 2018
Polo Club of Data Science
Undergraduate Researcher

Interactive systems and visualizations for deep learning understanding and interpretation

May 2017 - September 2015
PROX-1 Satellite
Flight Software Lead and Researcher

Led a team of engineers to develop and deploy software for a fully undergraduate-led satellite mission

Awards

February 3, 2018
The Data Open Datathon
Correlation One and Citadel Securities

Placed third and won $2,500 for creating a supervised learning system that predicts dangerous road areas

Present -
August 2015
Stamps Presidential Scholar
Georgia Tech and the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation

Full ride scholarship with $15,000 in extracurricular funding awarded to 10 students (27,270 applicants)

Teaching

Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant
CS1332 - Data Structures and Algorithms

Taught a 1 1/2 hour weekly recitation, graded tests and homework, and helped create assignments

Fall 2016
Team Leader
GT 1000 - First-Year Seminar

Designed a class curriculum for incoming first years and helped lead a weekly seminar class

Publications

June 18, 2018
Interactive Classification for Deep Learning Interpretation
Ángel Cabrera, Fred Hohman, Jason Lin, Duen Horng Chau

Demo, Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR). June 18, 2018. Salt Lake City, USA.

Projects

Spring 2018
Georgia Tech Bus System Analysis

Google Maps and university bus routes combined with graph algorithms for route planning and navigation

Spring 2014
CTF Resources

Collection of resources and guides for Capture the Flag competitions with over 600 stars on GitHub

Selected Classes

Spring 2018
CX 4242/CSE 6242 - Data and Visual Analytics
Fall 2018
BECO 1750A - Money and Banking
Spring 2017
CS 4641/7641 - Machine Learning
Spring 2017
CX 4230 - Computer Simulation
Spring 2017
CS 3511 - Honors Algorithms

Campus Involvement

April 2017 - September 2015
Stamps Scholars National Convention 2017
Vice-chair of large events

Directed a 13 person committee in organizing hotels, meals, and presentations for over 700 students

Spring 2016
Tour Guide

Led a tour of campus for visiting families every week

May 2016 - September 2015
Georgia Tech Student Foundation
Investments committee and Freshman Leadership Initiative

Conducted market research to help manage a $1.2 million endowment and organized fundraising events

Skills

Languages
Programming Languages
Technologies