My name is Mona Jalal. I am a first-semester Computer Science Ph.D. student in Computer Vision at Boston
University advised by Professor Margrit Betke. Prior to joining BU, I was a limited-time R&D Engineer 1 at University of California, Berkeley Center for Augmented Cognition working on an open-source framework for gesture recognition named OpenARK. I graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison with double major Master's in computer sciences (May 2016)
and electrical engineering (August 2014). I have done projects in computer vision, data analysis, database management systems, big data systems and frameworks, Internet of Things,
computer architecture, and dependable and fault-tolerant embedded systems.
Feel free to contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any feedback about my website or want to talk
about my projects. In my free time I like to learn about new software and hardware technologies and frameworks, swim,
dance, cook and take 20k+ step walks. You can find my CV by clicking here.