Hi! I'm Jason Zhang. I'm currently a student at the University of Michigan studying Composition and Computer Science.
I'm interested in the intersections of music and technology, using Web3 and Machine Learning to bring
more people closer to music.
As a composer I try to connect with people through my music. I draw inspiration from nature, the mudane experiences of life, as well as the harmonic language of video games and jazz. I also play keyboard in the Symphony Band.
In my free time I like to read, play with my dogs, and hike. One book that I read recently and have to recommend is the "Plant Messiah" by Carlos Magadelena.
C++, Python, React.js, Java, MATLAB
Git, Linux, AWS
GPA - 4.0 / 4.0
Relevant Courses - (W23) Intro to Machine Learning, W(23) Computer Organization, Web Systems, Probability and Statistics, Algorithms and Data Structures, Linear Algebra, Discrete Math, Calculus
Awards - Angell Scholar, Hewlett-Packard Enterprises Employer Challenge 1st Place Winner, William J. Branstrom Freshman Award
Music Teachers National Associations Senior Composition Competition National Winner (2020), Michigan Music Educators Associations Honors Composition (2020), US Army Band “Pershing's Own Chamber” Music Composition Competition Semi-Finalist (2022), Bolcom and Morris Scholarship Recipient (2020)
An app aimed to help local bands schedule concerts easier, and to help students find upcoming concerts easier. Currently being developed using Sprint and Python.