Camelia Lai



Honolulu, Hawaii USA


databases , artificial intelligence , machine learning , medical informatics , bioinformatics


Languages and Frameworks: SQL, LabVIEW, C, C#, Java, Javascript, HTML/CSS, XML, JSON

Toolsets/OS: Meteor, Semantic UI, MacOS, Windows, Arduino, Git/GitHub, Microsoft Office


University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI

B.S., Computer Science (expected Spring, 2020)

  • ICS 111 Intro to Computer Science I
  • ICS 211 Intro to Computer Science II
  • ICS 141 Discrete Math 1
  • ICS 241 Discrete Math 2
  • ICS 311 Algorithms
  • ICS 314 Software Engineering I
  • MATH 241 Calculus I
  • MATH 242 Calculus II
  • PHYS 151/151L College Physics I and lab
  • CHEM 162/162L Chemistry II and lab
  • ANTH 151 Emerging Humanity
  • GEOG 102 World Regional Geography
  • AMST 212 Global American Issues
  • JPN 202 Intermediate Japanese II

2016 - Present


SQL Programmer, STAR Team at the University of Hawaii

Maintaining the student registration databases for the STAR Registration system for the University of Hawaii.

  • Developing subprocedures in SQL

2017 - pres

IT Assistant, Kai Hawaii, Inc.

Computer, network, and server maintainence and developing Microsoft Outlook applications

  • Developed project folder search and engineering project management add-ins for Microsoft Outlook

2017 - 2017

Website Development Intern, Upspring Media, LLC

  • Helped with the development of a website for the Hawaii Space Grant Consortium robotics outreach program

2016 - 2016

Cashier, Times Supermarkets

Customer Service

2015 - 2017


VEX Team Coach, Kalani High School Robotics Team

Coaching the Kalani VEX Robotics team in the robot design process and programming

2017 - Present

Volunteer Lab Assistant, Hawaii Interdisciplinary Neuroscience and Technology (HINT) Lab at U.H. Manoa

Assisting with the setup and running various experiments

  • Eye-tracking study on how people interpret code

2015 - Present


Fred and Annie Chan Scholarship, University of Hawaii at Manoa, ICS Department, 2016, 2017

Manoa Chancellor's Scholarship, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2016-present

NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Award, National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT), 2015

This award is presented to girls who are very active in pursuing education in computing and inspiring others.

NCWIT AspireIT Outreach Grant, National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT), 2015

I recieved a $3,000 grant to start GTEC, my outreach program to teach and encourage girls get inspired and educated in STEM and computing.


Available upon request