Building Solutions

I’ve worked on tons of little projects over the years but these are the ones that I’m most proud of. Many of them are open-source, so if you see something that piques your interest, check out the code and contribute if you have ideas for how it can be improved.

  • Ohio Sentencing Data Platform

    A web eco-system that allows for the collection of sentencing data in a comprehensive and searchable database that will tell the story of sentencing in the state of Ohio, inform decision-making, make data accessible for the public, practitioner, and research, and help judges implement standard sentencing entries and empower courts with accessible and reliable information

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  • TeamEval

    A web application to facilitate peer and self-evaluations in team projects. It is meant to give the instructors an insight into the work dynamics of student teams as well as offer students feedback on how they can be more effective with their teams.


  • Offender Risk Assessment and Case Planning

    A system to enable criminal justice agencies to learn more about individuals in an effort to best address the risk and need factors specific to that person, and as a result best strategize for effective intervention treatment.

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  • Virtual Events as a Service (VEaaS)

    In the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic, and as all in-person events were cancelled, the school of IT made the decisions to switch its annual IT Expo event to the virtual space. The developed platform included a main stage where the live keynote speeches and closing ceremonies were streamed and many breakout rooms to showcase senior design projects, high school competition, research symposium, and industry sponsors. The platform was repurposed for many other events for different schools and units within the University of Cincinnati.

    School of IT | IT Expo

  • Macy's

    A mission-critical system for Macy's - Project is covered under a Non-Disclosure Agreement