Pan Chen


2018 – Present

Honours Bachelor of Science, University of Toronto

  • cGPA: 3.84 (Dean’s List Scholar)
  • Specialist in Computer Science, Major in Statistics



2022 (Expected) –

SUDS Scholar, Data Sciences Institute

2021 –

Teaching Assistant, University of Toronto

  • Software Design (Java), 2021 Fall: supervised students develop projects
  • Introduction to Computer Programming (Python), 2021 Fall: hosted weekly tutorial
  • Introduction to Databases (SQL), 2022 Winter: host weekly tutorials, develop a reflection system
  • Mathematical Expression and Reasoning for Computer Science (Theory), 2022 Winter: Host tutorial sections

Programmer, Regulatory and Affective Dynamics Lab

  • Collaborating with the development of an application with React, Express, MongoDB that teaches people mental health skills by introducing intervention sessions
  • Developed the project using an Nginx web server
2020 –

Research Assistant, Intelligent Adaptive Interventions Lab

  • Co-authored with 2 publications, as a software developer and data analyst
  • Conducted and analyzed A/B testing results.
  • Developed scripts for data scraper and analysis using Python and JavaScript
2020 – 2021

Java Software Developer, Infrastructures for Information

  • Core developer for a tool in Java that boosts productivity when working on multiple labelling documents
2020 – 2021

Software Developer, TradeRev

  • Cancelled in April 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

External Collaborator, The Hospital for Sick Children

  • Collaborated with the development of a cross-platform application using React Native where patients can have the sound of urine recorded

Recent Projects


Reflection System in Online Education: Designed and developed a tool using NodeJS & Python to collect voice responses with React & Express frameworks, scheduled to be introduced to a databases course with around 300 students in January 2022

Mail tracker with personalized content: Conducted competitor analysis and developed this open-sourced mail tracker for research purposes, e.g, A/B testing, track any metadata


Browser Homepage: Browser Homepage as a web app, with an instant messaging feature

Get UofT Access: A Chrome extension that boosts UofT researchers’ productivity by detecting available proxy with one click, currently being used regularly by 40+ users


Face-Control Snake Game: Deployed an ML model so that players move faces to control snake

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