My name is Keith Carolus, and I am a computer engineering student at the University at Buffalo. I am an aspiring engineer and physician scientist, and my interests include bioinformatics, machine learning, and computational neuroscience.
Welcome to my website! I am having fun developing it. Check back soon for more content. The parallax photos and this photo of my sister and I are from a recent trip to Scotland.
I am always seeking internship or research opportunities.
I enjoy architecture, especially art deco and Frank Lloyd Wright. I use an art deco font on my resume.
polka - developing
Collaborative, Google Drive type platform for code development and execution with Noah Poczciwinski.
Implementation of CandyCrush in Python (link).
Arduino Connect 4 with wireless controller developed with Simran Singh (link).
Java implementation of the classic 2D game with an object oriented design.
Semester group project to implement Scrabble with an object oriented design in Java - runnable on a server to which players may join.
Treasure Hunter - UB CSE250: Data Structures
C++ game where a player moves on a grid encountering enemies and treasures and accumulating points.
Pale Blue Dot - UB CSE250: Data Structures
Python tool to provide the next opportunity to observe the International Space Station from a location via the International Space Station's web API.
Rhyme Bot - UB CSE250: Data Structures
Python tool to provide the best rhymes matching user input.
Simran Singh and I won the CS Ed Week Demo Competition at UB. We developed an Arduino Uno based connect 4 game with an LED matrix that can be controlled via bluetooth from an android phone. (Photo credit - Ken Smith)
I am a native of Buffalo, New York. Buffalo has a beautiful art deco city hall.