Jerry Huang

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About Me

I am currently a graduate student at Mila working on problems in deep learning and natural language processing. Previously, I was an undergrad at the University of Waterloo where I studied math and computer science. I also have experience as a software engineer at a number of different companies.

I'm a former competitive swimmer and I occasionally work as an instructor/coach. However, I no longer personally hold a teaching license so I am only permitted to do so in the presence and supervision of a coach who does. My hobbies outside of exercising include sewing along with reading and cooking. I have in fact catered a wedding (with some friends) and helped run a food stall/truck in the past.

In my life, I have lived in the following cities:
 🇨🇦: Montreal, Toronto, Waterloo
 🇺🇸: San Francisco, Detroit, New York, Pittsburgh
 🇯🇵: Fukuoka, Kagoshima
 🇨🇳: Changsha, Shanghai, Taipei (🇹🇼)

  • University of Waterloo Fall 2021 (Aug-)
    Research Intern
    OpAL Lab
  • University of Waterloo Winter 2021 (Jan-May)
    Research Intern
    CHIL Lab
  • Athos Summer 2020 (May-Aug)
    Software Engineering Intern
    Data Platform Team
  • IBM Fall 2019 (Sept-Dec)
    Software Engineering Intern
    Global Business Services
  • Cynorix Winter 2019 (Jan-May)
    R&D Intern
  • SES Technologies Summer 2018 (May-Aug)
    Software Engineering Intern
    Product Development Team
  • University of Waterloo Sept 2017 - May 2022 (Expected)
    Undergraduate Student
    Software Engineering and Statistics
    First Class Honours/Dean's List
  • Université de Montréal Summer 2017 (May-Sept)
    Research Intern
    Department of Computer Science and Operations Research
  • Guiker 归壳 Summer 2016 (Jun-Aug)
    Software Development Intern (Part-Time)
    Product Team
Publications

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Trust-ya: design of a multiplayer game for the study of small group processes

Jerry Huang, Josh Jung, Neil Budnarain, Benn McGregor, Jesse Hoey

IEEE Conference on Games (COG), 2021

A method for eternally dominating strong grids

Alizée Gagnon, Alexander Hassler, Jerry Huang, Aaron Krim-Yee, Fionn McInerney, Andrés Zacarías, Ben Seamone, Virgélot Virgile

Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, 2020

Trust-ya: design of a multiplayer game for the study of small group processes

Jerry Huang, Josh Jung, Neil Budnarain, Benn McGregor, Jesse Hoey

IEEE Conference on Games (COG), 2021

A method for eternally dominating strong grids

Alizée Gagnon, Alexander Hassler, Jerry Huang, Aaron Krim-Yee, Fionn McInerney, Andrés Zacarías, Ben Seamone, Virgélot Virgile

Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, 2020