## Ori3nt8

Ori3nt8 is a program that tries to automatically guess the correct orientation of your photos using a neural network and rotates them by correcting their EXIF metadata.

Ori3nt8 is a program that tries to automatically guess the correct orientation of your photos using a neural network and rotates them by correcting their EXIF metadata.

Grundzeug is a work-in-progress hierarcical dependency injection container and configuration system for Python with a powerful library of reflection utilities.

**Nick Guletskii**

MsC and BsC in Mathematics from the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of the Belarusian State University.

Primary areas of research include Functional Analysis and Abstract Harmonic Analysis.

Machine Learning Researcher at RAPIDA Infrastructure (2022-present). Works on cutting-edge machine learning solutions for automating infrastructure condition assessment. Develops solutions for various computer vision, computational geometry and computer graphics problems related to photogrammetry and subsequent mesh processing and rendering.

Machine Learning Engineer/Statistical Analyst at HiQo Solutions (2018-2021). Works on deep-learning and classic Computer Vision models, models for Sound Recognition, Natural Language Processing, applies Bayesian Modeling and Probabalistic Programming to real-world problems.

Teaching assistant at the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of the Belarusian State University (2021-present). Teaches a course on Machine Learning to master's students (in English). Teaches Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics to undergraduates specializing in mathematical economics. Teaches Combinatorial Optimization and Operations Research to undergraduates specializing in web software development.

Teaching assistant (as master's student) at the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of the Belarusian State University (2019-2020). Taught Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics to Mathematics and Computer Mathematics students.

Taught programming and computer science to high school students at a local grammar school. (2014-2016).