written by Andrew

I’m a graduate student at the University of Lethbridge, where I’m co-supervised by Computing Science and Neuroscience. We study attention and attention disorders; My thesis work involves auditory attention. In addition to the attention work, I write the code to support our experiments, which generally involves Cocoa, OpenGL, and Core Audio.

Prior to moving to Lethbridge, I worked for Richard S. Sutton in his RLAI lab at the University of Alberta. I wrote the majority of the code for RL-Glue 2.0, a library used for connecting reinforcement learning agents, environments and benchmarks.

Before working at the University of Alberta, I taught Math and Computing Science at Sinocanada High School.

Most of the code I write is (by necessity) C/C++/Objective-C, but I enjoy working with C#, Python, Java, and Lisp, even though Lisp and I don’t always see eye to eye.