Hello, I’m Frederick.

But you can call me Fred. Nice to meet you.

I’m a Ph.D. student studying Computational Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech advised by Polo Chau and Alex Endert.

As a member of the Polo Club of Data Science, our research bridges data mining and machine learning techniques with principles from human-computer interaction and visualization to make interactive tools to help people understand and explore big data.

Here’s my CV.

That's me.


I’m an INTJ born on the coast in Melbourne, Florida but currently live in Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia. I’m interested in the combination of math + art, or more specifically, the intersection of data science (machine learning, deep learning, and big data analytics) and visualization (visual analytics, information visualization, and digital design).

Considered by my family and peers to be a resident techie, I enjoy staying current with consumer technology and computer UI/UX design. When I’m not at my desk crunching numbers, I enjoy playing and discovering music, throwing frisbee, and riding motorcycles.


Things I do, including research, academic course projects, and misellaneous interests.


Things I think about, read, and write.


Everything else.