Robin Park
Fig 1: Me presenting a lecture on the microlocal analysis of quantum fields (@MIT 2019)
I'm a member of MIT's class of 2019. I like to call myself a mathematician.
My other academic interests include physics (particularly quantum field theory and quantum information), computer science (particularly generative artificial intelligence and game theory), and linguistics (particularly English phonology).
From 2020 to 2022, I was a major contributor to the advancement and popularization of generative AI by single-handedly founding and developing a very popular project in the AI field under an online pseudonym. To maintain anonymity, I won't publicly disclose the name of the project here; please send me an email (listed below) if you're curious.
I'm an avid fan of competitive games, both digital and tabletop. My favorite video game is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, of which I've reached the highest rank on FACEIT. I hold a rating of 2500 on Lichess in blitz and bullet chess, and I dabble in blackjack and Texas hold 'em. I love solving sudoku puzzles and sudoku variants in my spare time – I was most recently invited to represent the USA in the 2023 World Sudoku Championship (which I sadly had to decline due to scheduling conflicts).
I also like playing around with visual design and making things look nice.
I rarely use social media. To reliably get in contact with me (for questions, consultations, or just to catch up), send me an email at [email protected].