Nicholas Chiang


I am a software engineer at Numbers Station working on frontend for foundation model applications.

From 2018–2019, I helped Luke Hsiao and Sen Wu with machine learning research at Stanford University.

Starting in 2020, I worked on Tutorbook to coordinate PAUSD’s and School Simplified’s peer tutoring programs.

In 2021, I developed a newsletter reader with Martin Srna and Juraj Pal. I also worked at the Roote Foundation building an alternative Twitter client.

In the summer of 2022, I was the solo frontend engineer responsible for the demo used to raise a $17.5 million Series A round led by Madrona for Numbers Station.

Currently, I am pursuing a B.S. in computer science at Brigham Young University and coding at Numbers Station.