Adrián Chouza
at CETYS Univ. Baja California
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Computer Science and Engineering student with great love to mathematics. As a student I've participated in the most important national math competition and earned third place on 2015 and achieved the opportunity to participate in the latinamerican regional finals for the International Collegiate Programming Contest on 2018.

Also, on 2018 I had the opportunity to do research in Seelab at the University of California, San Diego during the summer, working to develop a machine learning algorithm that could be mapped directly to hardware and remain efficient on its energy cost.

Finally, also on 2018 I had the opportunity to give a poster presentation on elliptic curves at the National Congress of Information and Communication Technologies 8.0 (CONATIC 8.0) and continued this study with an oral presentation in the International Research Congress, Tijuana (CI2T) where I introduced a comparison study on different cryptography algorithms involving elliptic curves.
Publications (1)

Proceedings Article | 6 September 2019 Presentation + Paper
Proc. SPIE. 11136, Optics and Photonics for Information Processing XIII
KEYWORDS: Convolutional neural networks, Data modeling, Image processing, Image quality, Image filtering, Optical character recognition, Statistical modeling, Scalable video coding, Neurons, RGB color model

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