Brachial Plexus Segmentation from Ultrasound Images using Res-U-Net

As part of a Kaggle Competition used deep architectures to generate a mask of the brachial plexus from ultrasound images. The best model from my experiments was in the top 8% of the competition consisting of 923 participants. A dump of code experiments can be found: here.

Mesh Networking Android App

A prototype, hackathon-esque mesh networking chat application for the Android using Wi-Fi Direct. Android code can be found here. Laptop client code can be found here. And a report on it can be found here.

Autonomous Robot for CTF Competition

Programmed an autonomous robot that won 1st place in the Design Principles and Methods class competition. Code on my Github. Here is a video of it (thanks to one of my teammates) and poster can be found here.

Halma Playing AI

Programmed an AI that plays a modified team version of the board game Halma. Quick write up about it here (extremely quick so don't judge), placed in the 98th percentile of a class wide competition with a relatively simple heuristic based search. Also on my Github.

MediaStreamer

Built a personal cloud for streaming your media remotely in browser. Used node.js and meteor.js and a lot of other javascript (and some HTML and MongoDB). Also on my Github.

Poker 321

A networked multiplayer 5 Card Stud poker game written entirely in Java (using Swing of all things!). Also on my Github.

Canadian Open Data Experience

Built a website for seeing and reporting food warnings from restaurants or products. Parses the data provided by the Canadian Health and Safety service, uses MongoDB, Node.js, HTML. Also on my Github.

McGill: Code Jam

Built an automatic securities trading machine in Java for a Code Jam sponsored by Morgan Stanley. Also on my Github.

H2Ope: A (proposed) Method for Building Sustainable Water Wells in Africa

For a freshman course in communications we had to formally propose a project. Though this was totally meant for Mech. Eng. people, we decided to propose a charity organization that built water wells in Africa. Go figure, it turned out to be super detailed so I thought I'd throw it up here. Maybe someone will get some inspiration from our research/design and use it (btw, if you do, please contact me because I'd totally want to be a part of it). Here's the full (long long long) proposal and here are our slides for the formal presentation (I'm fairly positive these are close to the final version of what we actually showed).