- Title CAS ’23
Major and Minor: Physics/CS, BusinessJapanese
Area of Research: Digital Humanities
Faculty Mentor: Keith Vincent
How did you get involved in research?
Took a Japanese literature class with Prof. Vincent and got invited to help him with his project.
How did you meet your mentor?
By taking his class (LJ480).
What has your UROP experience taught you?
How to self-learn skills (namely React and Neo4j), how to work independently.
How has this experience helped you with non-research related things at BU?
I developed a greater appreciation of Japanese literature and poetry, which strengthened my belief that a Japanese minor is worth the time and effort.
What does a day in your research life look like?
Coffee, look at the list of things to be done, try a few things, think about why things don’t work, coffee, look up documentations/stackoverflow/ChatGPT, make things work, coffee, update my log, commit.
What advice would you give to someone interested in UROP?