A Logic Programming Computer Chemistry System
CWSF 2014, 2015
Chemlogic is a system that helps users solve chemistry problems. It can be applied as a study tool for high school chemistry and as a calculation tool in the lab. Chemlogic is available on the Web and on Android.
Find library seats every time with a simple app
Presented at MHacks 9
libseat is a solution for library seat occupancy tracking that provides students with information on availability at nearby libraries, as well as a floor plan showing free seats. Computer vision is used to track presence, and only camera coverage of a space is required to implement the system.
A command-line client for Minerva
The Minerva client is a CLI for Minerva, McGill's student information system. Tasks such as course registration or viewing one's course schedule can easily be performed. This project aims to provide an efficient alternative to the frustrating experience of using Minerva as a student.
A system for implementing backups in complex environments
alpine-backup is a backup system designed for implementing complex backup scenarios. Synchronization between backup servers, status monitoring and support for various services are all built in. rsync is used to perform incremental backups.
My hilariously over-engineered alarm clock
One day, I overslept and lost 5% of my grade. To prevent this from ever reoccurring, I built my own alarm clock: Wake up times are determined from my course schedule. Alarms can only be silenced by presenting my McGill ID. Configurable from my phone.
Working with Montreal public transit datasets
As a daily user of public transit, I'm always interested in discovering cool facts about the transit network, and building tools to save me time in planning my commute. Starting from the STM's open datasets, I developed next bus, and current location displays.