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I'm Jihyeon Je.

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I am a first year Computer Science Ph.D. student at Stanford University. I received my Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical/Computer Engineering, and Computer Science from Duke University.

Now, you might be wondering, "Why the trifecta?"
My passions lie at the intersection of geometry/structure processing, machine learning, healthcare, medicine, and engineering. I am interested in extracting hidden geometric structures that underlie complex data, particularly from biomolecular structures and medical data. Some of my past projects have been focused on machine learning-based drug design and spatial & temporal modeling of 3D structures of: molecules, tumors, cellular organelles - you name it!

Previously, I have had the privilege of closely working with Kyle Lafata at Duke, Zachary Kaplan at Schrödinger, and Beth Cimini at the Imaging Platform of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. I was also fortunate enough to have worked with Minhyuk Sung and his Geometric AI group at KAIST. I am also a proud alumni of Wolfram Summer School.

In my free time, I like to read, run, explore good restaurants, and rewatch Gilmore Girls. I also love playing boardgames (and drinking milkshakes).

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