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Hunter Heidenreich

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Goldwater Scholar, 2020-21

BS Computer Science ‘21

Hunter Heidenreich is a junior computer science student minoring in mathematics. Hunter began his research career through Drexel’s STAR program, working in the Expressive and Creative Interaction Technologies (ExCITe) Center on machine learning and robotics under Dr. Youngmoo Kim. This experience lead to research interest in machine learning, natural language processing (NLP), and optimization. Currently, Hunter works under Dr. Johnson on HSpiral (a compiler for efficient signal transform algorithms) and Dr. Williams on projects centered around language and semantics. Hunter intends to pursue a PhD in computer science centered around machine learning, NLP, and computational social science. Hunter's faculty mentors for the Goldwater application process were Jake Williams, Jeremy Johnson, and Vasilis Gkatzelis.

Last updated: March 2020