Gabe Holum is a Physics and Mathematics double major at Concordia College and is from Grand Rapids, MN. During the summer of 2020, Gabe was involved in a project on machine learning. In collaboration with Dr. Luiz Manzoni, Gabe studied the literature and investigated the applications of machine learning to physics. Along with studying multiple texts, he coded machine learning algorithms and sought to gain an understanding of the theory behind machine learning in order to apply it to data from physics research. Gabe and Dr. Manzoni will continue their work in the fall by further investigating how machine learning can help physicists to interpret large amounts of data.