Philippe Nadon is a student at the University of Alberta, who pursues a major in Computing Science and another major in Math/Physics. His interests include data science, scientific computing, and distributed networks.
He has worked in areas related to web apps, commute time estimation based on speed limit changes, soft matter simulation, and sorting algorithms for university courses. He also part of the “Crypto Challenge” development team at the University of Alberta which aims to facilitate an inter-campus challenge related to cryptography, and the President of the insIDE Club at the Augustana Campus. The insIDE Club aims to offer workshops and trips to events such as Devcon so that both experts and inexperienced members alike may learn valuable skills and connections related to software development and technology.
(not yet completed) BSc in Computing Science and Math/Physics, 2020
University of Alberta
Researched and incorporated tooling and services required to build the ETA Tool. Also cleaned and managed road data to be used by the app, and worked on implementing and optimizing backend algorithm for calculating estimated time of arrival for commuters. See the web app for more details.
Created an algorithm which takes a text-based circuit description and computes the voltage at every node. Also created a circuit …
Created a Discord bot which responds to certain phrases, and can query specific messages requesting the weather information for their …
Made a cross-platform Desktop app for custom hoodie ordering, along with a manual for the product. The app was designed to allow the …
I created an interactive map, showing the changes that occured to the surrounding area after Bighorn Dam was created. Bighorn Dam is a …
Welcome to my collection of Siri Shortcuts for the Augustana Campus of the University of Alberta! Contents Contents Prerequisites …