Cafe Bazaar's current and past members
I'm an architect and designer, specializing in urban planning and interested in computational design. I have customer care and marketing experience, I love photography, music and cats!
Facility Director at Agah Group. Previously Facility Manager at Cafe Bazaar for 6+ years. Attended Sharif University of Technology (Master of Economics), and a Kharazmi University Graduate.
I am interested in the usability and information architecture of products, and I have deep experience in content and category management based on data analysis. I value users' time and energy and how to make their journey effortless. In my spare time, I enjoy chess, yoga, and wandering in nature.
I am studying my PhD at University of Central Florida. I am working on machine learning, computer vision, few-shot learning and meta-learning. I worked as an applied scientist intern in Adobe Inc. I also worked as a research scientist intern in Ximpatico Inc that is a startup for teaching robots to perform daily tasks. Finally, I worked as a back-end developer in CafeBazaar before starting my PhD for about two years.
An experienced researcher with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Five-year experience as a data scientist in different domains such as news, online ads, finance, and classified ads. And three years of experience as a freelancer back-end and front-end developer or a team member in startup projects. I am skilled in C#.NET, Microsoft SQL Server, Python, Matlab, R, NodeJs, Prolog, and Apache Spark. Besides, I have followed my passion in academia and actively researched machine learning, NLP, news intelligence, data science, game theory, computational geometry, and self-adaptive software systems in IoT and self-driving cars, at least one year in each field. Moreover, I've tried to be active in StackExchange communities with more than 24K points.
Mohamad Amin Mohamadi
He is a Master of Science student at The University of British Columbia, working on theoretical machine learning (generalizations in learning theory to unknown out of distribution populations). Recently, he's found out that working out seems more fun than researching on TML. He's been going to the gym and trying different workout plans and diets everyday through the past six months, so he might be of help, if you can't choose between theoretical machine learning and bodybuilding, or you need to get your hands dirty with some quick information about bodybuilding.
Into corporate systems and procedures analysis. A full stack programmer. But loves low level programming more than anything.