Imaginary Number is Evan Shelhamer:
PhD-to-be, researcher, and freelance developer.
I like to solve complex problems in artificial intelligence,
scientific prototyping, and coding:
- creating, adapting, and analysing research & open-source code
- developing and deploying web applications and computational infrastructure
- devising, assembling, and programming experiment apparatus
I have over eight years’ experience in research & development spanning vision & machine learning, psychological research apparatus and experiment automation, large-scale web applications, and citizen science.
I hone my scientific skills as a PhD student at UC Berkeley. I earned dual degrees in computer science (artificial intelligence concentration) and psychology at UMass Amherst.