I'm a software engineer in the San Francisco Bay Area.
My interests include bicycling, cooking, reading, and free software hacking.
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Cycle Touring Trip Reports
I still know what you learned last summer
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Free software for serving emacs and vi TAGS results. Its networked client-server architecture is useful for very large codebases.
Phil Sung. "Risk Stratification By Analysis of Electrocardiographic Morphology Following Acute Coronary Syndromes." Master's thesis, MIT, 2009.
Zeeshan Syed, Phil Sung, Benjamin M. Scirica, David A. Morrow, Collin M. Stultz, and John V. Guttag. "Spectral energy of ECG morphologic differences to predict death," Cardiovascular Engineering, 2009.
Phil Sung, Zeeshan Syed, and John Guttag. "Quantifying Morphology Changes in Time Series Data with Skew." IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP), April 2009.
Zeeshan Syed, Benjamin Scirica, Satishkumar Mohanavelu, Phil Sung, Christopher Cannon, Peter Stone, Collin Stultz, and John Guttag. "Relation of Death Within 90 Days of Non-ST-Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes to Variability in Electrocardiographic Morphology." American Journal of Cardiology, February 2009.
Piaw Na and Phil Sung. Preferential ranking of code search results. US Patent 7,613,693, filed 30 November 2006 and issued 3 November 2009.
Phil Sung and Piaw Na. Enhanced retrieval of source code. US Patent 8,122,017, filed 18 September 2008 and issued 21 February 2012.
John V. Guttag, Zeeshan H. Syed, Phil Sung, and Collin M. Stultz. Method and apparatus for predicting patient outcomes from a physiological segmentable patient signal. US Patent 8,346,349, filed 15 January 2009 and issued 1 January 2013.
Here are some classes I helped teach:
6.00 (Fall 2007, Spring 2008)
A CS course in Python for students with no programming experience.
6.189 (IAP 2007)
An introduction to parallel (multicore) programming using the PlayStation 3.