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I am Mia (Marina) Steinkirch, a.k.a bt3, a Senior Software Engineer and Machine Learning Researcher at the best company ever, Surfline. I am also an Extreme Sports Filmmaker and Athlete.
Previously, I was a Senior Infrastructure Software Engineer at Etsy, a Senior Software Engineer at Apple, and a Software Engineer at Yelp.
I have been hacking, coding, and Linuxing since high school. Then one year I went to DEF CON and fell in love with Tech. I also presented a talk on quantum cryptography there once.
I am a Stony Brook University's Astrophysics PhD alumni, a Recurse Center'14 alumni (former Hacker School), an HPC Xsede Summer School '13 alumni, an University of Sao Paulo's Physics alumni, and a CERN Winter School '09 alumni.
My book on Python and Algorithms has been used by many around the world. In 2017, I signed with Hanbit Media, Inc. to have it translated to Korean.
I have done research at places such as the Los Alamos National Laboratory, the Brookhaven National Laboratory, and the NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center; and I have presented at scientific conferences such as the American Astronomical Society and the CERN Winter School.
My book on Group Theory is now used as a text book by graduate students around the world, including at CALTECH (at least, that's what Prof. Maria Spiropulu told me). I also have an e-book on Quantum Field Theory, you know, what they research at Large Colliders :).
I have several articles published in renowned Nuclear, Astrophysics, and Cosmology journals. I also have tons of whitepapers and tutorials and open source projects on machine learning, algorithms, computer vision, astrophysics, computer security, particles physics, etc. Science is fun!