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Julian Weng

Engineering applied.

Applying quantitative and computational methods to create value and solve problems across multiple disciplines.

About Me

Hi! I am currently a Sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania studying in the Management and Technology dual-degree program, pursuing undergraduate degrees from Wharton and Engineering.

From High School, I have been pursuing the intersection between social sciences, economics, and technologies to better understand and resolve problems. This has included multiple award-winning submissions to online hackathons, solving real-world problems using code, as well as an interest in Chatbots, using machine learning to prevent dementia, provide personal education, and improve sales leads.

At Penn, I aim to continue this passion in the world of Finance and beyond, partipating in extracurriculars and taking classes ranging from Accounting to Platform Capitalism to Text Analytics to Computer Architecture.

"Anxiety is the dizziness of freedom." - Søren Kierkegaard

About Me


Data Analytics
Effective Communication
Python / Pandas


Rasa chatbot

Chatbot that dynamically helps students practice essential quantitative concepts outside of the classroom using RASA + Transformers.

Pridesum screenshot

Methodology for the leveraging of scalable, web3 Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) to organize and fund LGBTQ+ and allied activism.

CollegeViz screenshot

Web-based visualization for socioeconomic datastreams, iluminates societal trends in opportunity stemming from of higher education.

MuMoa diagram

Development of chatbot and related two-part evaluation framework of a multi-modal approach to chatbot development; paper written.

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Mobile-first webapp helping people find and share free food around campuses, workplaces, and cities; Uses Next.js + Convex. Try us out at!

Julian in a suit on the Philly SEPTA
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Feel free to reach out with whatever, whenever.

Julian Weng