Huy is a front-end web developer and led the front-end development of the Atlas of Economic Complexity. He designed the Atlas' front-end architecture, implemented the user interface and visualizations, and created a sophisticated build pipeline to bundle assets in the most efficient manner for delivery to the browser. He's passionate about making beautiful, engaging and high-performance web applications using the latest web technologies.
Before coming to CID, he was a front-end developer at the data visualization firm Periscopic where he worked on projects for major clients like the US Patent & Trademark Office and the Gates Foundation.
Huy graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Reed College where he studied physics and operated a nuclear reactor. His thesis in computational quantum physics was recognized by the American Physical Society as one of the best undergraduate physics research work in America in 2014. He co-authored a peer-reviewed journal paper before graduating from high school and was the lead author of another peer-reviewed journal paper before graduating from college.
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