Lau is proficient in Java, Python, HTML/CSS, Swift, C and SQL and Android Studio. She is also proficient in design tools such as Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator, Invision, UX Research, and Rapid Prototyping. In the summer of 2015, Lau participated in the Duke in Silicon Valley program, designed to expose students to the ins and outs of entrepreneurship. In this program, she studied disruptive innovation, mergers and acquisitions, business models and strategic planning at Stanford University.
Guo is proficient in Python, Java, Digital Design (Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator), MATLAB, LaTeX, and CSS/HTML. At Duke, she conducted an independent study project focused on developing app-based and web-based interventions on levels of stress and self-efficacy in first-year university students. She worked on the Web team for The Standard Magazine at Duke, and for the Office of Financial Aid. She was also an undergraduate teaching assistant for Computer Science 101.
Elbert is proficient in 3ds Max, ADDA certification, Adobe Illustrator, Arduino, AutoCAD, AutoDesk Inventor, Fusion 360, Java and JavaFX, Processing, SolidWorks, MATLAB and LaTeX and Maya. She has a range of engineering and software design experience. As a rigging and visualizations intern at Biometrix in Durham, NC, she helped to design a high speed pressure-sending insole capable of recording athlete performance data. She was the 3D modeling lead at CodeStory in Durham working on an interactive game to teach children how to code, and won the Duke ChangeWorks Startup Challenge in 2016.
Duan is experienced with R, Python, Java, SQL and Tableau. She is also an experienced business intelligence data analysis researcher and has interned at BlueFocus Communication Group and the China National Think Tank on Aging in Beijing, China. She has conducted undergraduate research at Duke through the Center for Advanced Hindsight, the Duke Social Science Research Institute, and the Bass Connections in Energy Project. She also received a research grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to conduct network analysis and text analytics.
Desai is an Alice M. Baldwin Scholar at Duke University. She is experienced with Advanced Java, Android Dev, SCRUM Methodology, Git, C, Unix, HTML, CSS, MySQL, Matlab, LaTex, EagleCAD, Diptrace, and AutoCAD. She also has experience in hardware and software engineering, has co-designed a scrolling platformer game engine, and contributed to the development of an Android PTSD tracking and management app. She repaired and calibrated medical equipment in a hospital in La Trinidad, Nicaragua as part of Duke’s Engineering World Health program.