I am currently a senior at Harvey Mudd College majoring in computer science and math. I am from the Excelsior District of San Francisco, CA, so I feel most comfortable in foggy and cold weather. I am a Grutor for CS 81: Computability and Logic, a Grader for MATH 187: Operations Research, and a member of the Virgin Orbit Math Clinic Team. My research interests (for now) include planning algorithms, robotics, and computational complexity theory.
I am a member of the AMISTAD Lab, under the guidance of Professor George Montañez. My sub-team is developing a formal theory of underfitting and overfitting by characterizing model capacity of algorithms and different data relationships.
In my free time, I enjoy running, building physical computing projects with Arduino, and developing apps for iOS.
Drissi, Sandoval, Ojha, Medero. "Harvey Mudd College at SemEval-2019 Task 4: The Clint-Buchanan Hyperpartisan News Detector". In Proceedings of The 13th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation, 2019. [arXiv:1905.01962]
Drissi, Watkins, Khant, Ojha, Sandoval, Segev, Weiner, Keller. “Programming Language Translation using a Grammar-Driven Tree-to-Tree Model”. Neural Abstract Machines and Program Induction (NAMPI), 2018. [arXiv:1807.01784]
I'm developing experimental software to turn AR-enabled iPhones into 3D-scanners. Here's a point cloud of a full-size pickup truck captured with my iPhone 7:
1979 Ford F-150, but there’s a point coloring bug during capture pic.twitter.com/IRLQxkjoSg— Pedro Sandoval (@psandovalsegura) December 31, 2018
SandGraph is a graphing calculator written in Java to mimick firmware like that of the TI-83.
Cipher Project details a solution to a polyalphabetic cipher found on Facebook.
Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org