Philip Weiss

Computer Science and Chinese at Stanford University

Software Engineering @Airbnb, @Facebook, @Tesla, @Hulu


Co-Founder, Sole Developer: LingBase

Open platform designed to facilitate the sharing of linguistic examples. Philip began this project during his sophomore year of college, in collaboration with Stanford Professor Chris Manning, and Linguistics PhD students Sebastian Schuster and Masoud Jasbi

Alpha Epsilon Pi Website

Philip built and maintains the website for Stanford Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. He serves as the group's webmaster.

Stanford Space Initiative

Collaborating with a team of mechanical engineers and electrical engineers to develop and launch high altitude weather balloon payload and avionics. Worked on building HABMC, the Altitute Balloon Mission Control Suite, under the talented Kai Marshland.

Shepherd Guides

Built over the summer of 2016. Guide platform which allows users to ask questions/contribute within the guide itself.

Smart Journalism website for Stanford Daily Managing Editor Hannah Knowles. Crawls the internet every hour, storing and archiving articles. Emails a subscriber list when a new article becomes available.


Built during Treehacks 2017. Multi-destination flight planner, using a dynamic varient of the travelling salesman problem and leveraging the Amadeus API.


Project built/Open Sourced during internship at New Relic, Summer 2015.


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Philip is a student at Stanford University, where he is working towards degrees both in Computer Science, and Chinese Language. Within CS, his primary focus is Artificial Intelligence, but he is also passionate about Web Development, Computer and Network Security, and Computational Linguistics. Philip is especially interested in the intersection between Computational Linguistics and the Chinese Language. He is a co-founder and the developer behind the Stanford Linguistic Example Database.


Stanford University

GPA: 3.87

Lincoln High School

GPA: 4.00 UW, 4.7 Weighted


Relevant Coursework

  • CS1U: Practical Unix
  • CS22A: Social Implications of AI
  • CS103: : Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
  • CS106A: : Programming Methodology
  • CS106B: : Programming Abstractions
  • CS107: : Computer Organization & Systems
  • CS109: : Probability and Statistics for Computer Scientists
  • CS110: : Principles of Computer Systems
  • CS142: : Web Applications
  • CS155: : Computer and Network Security
  • CS161: : Algorithm Design and Analysis
  • CS193A: : Android Programming
  • CS221: : Artificial Intelligence
  • MATH51: Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus
  • MATH112:: Introduction to Analysis
  • MATH131:: Introduction to Number Theory


Phone Number: 503-887-5953