Totally incomprehensible - (former) Internet Person

Hello! I'm Kasper.

I'm a physics student at Aarhus University in Denmark, but I self-study data science and mathematics in my spare time because I'm terrible at making decisions.

I work with the Hammer research group on modelling material properties using machine learning. Basically, computationally figuring out how to build very stable molecules with specific properties.

We actually already know how to do this. The problem is it's too expensive to compute; hence the machine learning bit.

I also work part-time at a startup trying to make autonomous mobile robots (which is basically self driving cars). Specifically, I work on the vision and navigation systems.

In 2018, I won the physical science category in the Danish Young Scientists competition, and qualified for the European championship where I won a special prize by CERN for best particle physics project, and qualified for the World championship with my project "Detecting Elementary Particles Using Neural Networks"

I really like the color pink.

On the website, I write about things I find interesting on a schedule only beknownst to the gods. However, I try to restrict the content to be of interest to people who are generally curious about the world.

If you have a super computer lying around, and don't know what to do with it, you should contact me at kasper@kasperfred.com. (You may also contact me if you don't have a super computer)

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