Introduction

I am a second year undergraduate student at Stanford University majoring in computer science. I am currently a researcher at the Stanford InfoLab, a part of the Stanford DAWN initiative, working on building accessible and scalable data-intensive machine learning systems. My work here is being advised by Prof. Peter Bailis, Prof. Matei Zaharia, and Daniel Kang.
My interests lie in machine learning: specifically computer vision and natural language processing. I'm interested in broadly applying it to industry domains to develop innovative and impactful systems to solve real problems.

Publications & Projects

Speaking & Honors

Speaking

  • TEDx Atlanta
  • AAAI-Joint Workshop on Health Intelligence
  • Accenture World Digital Innovations Conference
  • Guest Lecturer: Georgia State University

Honors

  • Best Stanford CS Undergraduate Research (CURIS) Poster Award
  • Third Grand Award Winner at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
  • Georgia Science & Engineering Fair 2016 Grand Prize Winner, Pinnacle Award (top award) Winner
  • Yale Science and Engineering Award (YSEA)
  • Intel Excellence in Computer Science Award
  • Winner of Fulton County Science & Engineering Fair
  • Georgia Governors Honors Program Finalist

Contact Me

I love to do many other things too! I love swimming, biking, building robots, and working on interesting projects.
(I'm probably doing one of those right now)

koratana {at} stanford.edu