Hi there.

I'm Cynthia Lin, a second-year undergraduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology studying computer science. My main interests are software engineering and full-stack development.

I developed applications for neurotechnology research under the supervision of Dr. Nataliya Kosmyna and Professor Pattie Maes of the MIT Media Lab's Fluid Interfaces group. I've interned at TSMC and Kandra Labs, the team behind the open source asynchronous threaded group chat application Zulip.

I am an avid supporter of open source software. I was a Google Code-in finalist and grand prize winner, and I mentored university students for Google Summer of Code, becoming one of the youngest to do so. I also advocate for open source through giving talks at conferences including PyCon, PyBay, and Open Source Summit North America.

Take a look at my projects if you're interested in learning more about my work. You can also get in touch with me by emailing me at [first name][last initial]@[school initials].edu.