I’m a Computer Engineering student at Collegio Superiore, University of Bologna, Italy. I worked as a computer vision student researcher at the Robotics and Mechatronics lab of the University of Twente, Netherlands, for the last three months of my bachelor’s degree. I graduated summa cum laude with my bachelor’s in July 2020 and started my master’s in September 2020.

In high school, doing competitive programming, I discovered the beauty of computational complexity theory, graph theory, dynamic programming and the like. In college I delved into the study of computer architectures, which I find as fascinating as statistics and machine learning. Mathematical and statistical modeling as well as low-level development thus became my primary interests.

In my free time I play the bass, cook and go to the theater. I also acted for a while. I’m firmly convinced that practical work is an art form and this is why I strive to let the search for beauty and elegance guide me in my work.

You can reach me on GitHub and LinkedIn, or by e-mail at kmfrick98 at gmail.com.