These are non-profit, educational, scientific, one-man projects. Here is a bit about me in three sentences, a video, and a few thousand words. Everything on my website is licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License, which is English for “use whatever you want for whatever, but put my name on it and its derivatives“, unless otherwise stated. It’d be nice if you let me know what you use them for, this stuff had been featured in the strangest Asian magazines, academic projects, scientific publications, but mostly a great lot of hobby projects of other people i have apparently inspired, which I really like to hear about, or maybe want to be involved with!
Hi, I’m Tim Zaman,
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 y.o. and I’m currently a software engineer for NVIDIA’s deep learning (“artificial intelligence”) AI-Infrastructure (link). That means: I sit behind a keyboard all day and expertly type in a sequence of keys. My peers refer to my resulting produce as “spaghetti”, named after a delicious Italian meal.
From 2013-2016 i was doing a part-time PhD in the development of imaging devices for cultural heritage applications at the Delft University of Technology (NL).
The other part of the time I’ve had my own company, working with software and hardware for cameras. Notably working on digitisation software I created for the Smithsonian Museum, MoMa and many others.
I like cameras, software, hardware, electronics, programming, electronics, education, finance. In real life, I have my cat Taco and my ladyfriend Dany, not specifically in that order.
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Callsign PD4TA Radio Operator Licence N
BSc Mechanical Engineering
MSc Biorobotics highest mark (10/10)
PhD*Currently Pursuing (part-time) Development of Imaging Devices for Cultural Heritage
Video: TEDx Delft