Hey, I'm Kennan LeJeune!
I'm a 4th year student pursuing B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science at Case Western Reserve University. I started programming on calculators with TI-BASIC back in high school, and I've been hopelessly addicted ever since. Outside of my studies, I'm avid cyclist, musician, speedcuber, and linux enthusiast.
This summer, I'm working as a Data Science and Software Engineering intern at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. I work on machine learning research for viral and bacterial threat classfication and full stack development with Angular and Spring.
This year, I'm working on my M.S. research in the CWRU Department of Computer and Data Sciences with Professor Soumya Ray. My work investigates the effects of a communicative network structure to enable knowledge propogation, and how dynamic variation of this structure can impact the training speed of multi-agent learning systems.