Thomas
Schweizer

My mission is to empower people and improve their lives with software. I believe in intuitive user experiences that are tailored to the users, and robust, but pragmatic source code to foster reuse and quick alterations.

I'm a graduate student completing my Master's degree at the University of Montreal. My research advisor is Michalis Famelis. We are researching approaches to automatically identify design tradeoffs by mining revision histories.
I've also been collaborating since 2014 with the Digger Foundation, a humanitarian company, where I develop software systems to detect and eliminate landmines.

My topics of interests are software biomimicry, emergent behaviors, neural networks, data science, software engineering, and UX/UI design.