Bryce is a graduate student pursuing my master's degree in computer science at Stanford University with a depth in human-computer interaction. Currently, he is an interaction design researcher with the Stanford HCI Group working on the Smart Primer project, a tablet-based engaging educational narrative that incorporates fun learning activities. Previously, he studied at the University of California, Irvine, where he received my bachelor's degree in computer science with specializations in information and algorithms. As an undergraduate, he served as a database development intern at the UCI Office of Information Technology and an AR applications research assistant at the UCI Institute for Software Research. He graduated summa cum laude with honors in ICS and was awarded the Chancellor's Award of Distinction in 2017. More recently, he was a software engineering intern at Visa Inc. working on internal attestation and search tools to improve operations and infrastructure. He is also the co-founder of Change Thru Games, an annual 24-hour video game marathon that has raised over $4000 for charity to date. With 3+ years of work experience and 2+ years of research assistantship, Bryce's unique background combines cutting-edge full-stack development techniques with cutting-edge UI/UX design that has led to numerous successful partner projects with organizations around the world from non-profits to startups.
Education & Certifications
MS, Stanford University, Computer Science (2019)
BS, University of California, Irvine, Computer Science (2017)
James Landay, Master's Program Advisor