ryan a. chi


Hello! I'm a freshman at Stanford University majoring in computer science (BS candidate) and music (BA candidate). I'm a pianist, violinist, and organist—check out my performances here!

In my free time, I enjoy being part of the Stanford Symphony and ACMLab, as well as playing board games, solving crosswords, and writing fun linguistics puzzles.


Research Assistant, Stanford AI for Healthcare Bootcamp | 2021 –
  • applying AI methods to generate synthetic electronic health records
  • advised by Prof. Andrew Ng
Section Leader, Stanford CS 106 | 2021 –
  • TA for Stanford's CS 106A course (Python programming)
  • led weekly lecture workshops and interactive grading sessions
  • pre-tested weekly assignments for 400+ students
North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad | 2020 –
  • member of Problem and Organizing Committees
  • authored & reviewed linguistics problems for NACLO exam (1400+ students)


  • International Linguistics Olympiad qualifier (cancelled due to COVID-19)
  • North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad: 2nd place nationally
  • completed Google Foobar Challenge
  • performed at Carnegie Hall (NY) and Royal Albert Hall (London)
  • prizes at numerous competitions: Steinway Jr, Los Angeles Liszt Int'l, ENKOR Int'l, AFAF, CAPMT, Burlingame, Quimby, MTAC, Young Pianists' Beethoven


Currenly, I study piano with Dr. Frederick Weldy and organ with Dr. Robert Huw Morgan. You can find more of my performances here!