I'm a high school senior at the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. I created a coding competition called CerealCodes, which gained over 1,000 participants in a year. I am interested in large language models, speech and audio processing, self-driving cars, tech startups, organizing events and competitions, and solving and writing competitive coding problems. Outside of academics, I enjoy traveling to places like South Korea, Europe, and the Caribbean, watching and playing soccer and football, investing in stocks, spending time with friends at the mall, and doing full-body workouts at the gym.
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
Computer Science, Math, and Economics
Unweighted GPA: 3.85/4.0
Founder and President
June 2022 - Present
Naval Research Laboratory
Deep Learning Intern
June 2023 - August 2023
February 2021 - Present
Competitive Programming Initiative
Director of Classes
June 2022 - Present
CerealCodes is a high quality programming contest designed by BracketCS, an organization of high schoolers passionate about competitive programming and computer science.
EchoVest is a sound localization vest paired with features such as sound classification, noise reduction, and etc. for hearing impaired individuals.
Piling Papers was a Digit DP problem I made for the 2023 USACO February Gold Contest, which had 1030 participants.
TheraSpeak is a 2-part AI system, providing aid for both people who need help with mental health, as well as Hotline Workers who may need aid in some situations.
TripGPT is an all-in-one trip advisor that could help overwhelmed tourists plan trips. It takes several inputs from the user and outputs a detailed itinerary.
Sleeping in Class was a problem I wrote for the 2022 Februrary USACO Bronze Contest, which had 5129 participants.
Sleeping in Class was a problem I wrote for the 2022 US Open USACO Bronze Contest, which had 2604 participants.
I created a combinatorics module on USACO Guide, a website with over 53.2k views.
I created a Digit DP module on USACO Guide, a website with over 53.2k views, based on Piling Papers.
Sleeping in Class (Platinum) was a problem I coauthored for the 2022 February USACO Platinum Contest, which had 479 participants.
Circular Barn was a problem I coauthored for the 2022 December USACO Silver Contest, which had 2972 participants.
I created an AI-powered website for users to search queries related to finance and business using an LLM API called Metaphor.
Achieved Platinum Division in the USA Computing Olympiad in 2022, which ranks me in the top 1% of precollegiate programmers in the United States.
Ranked top 1642 out of 27,000 precollegiate and collegiate programmers worldwide, and I earned a T-Shirt for ranking amongst the Top 2,000 participants in Round 2.
Obtained a guaranteed IEEE paper for my EchoVest project, and I will be presenting at MIT for the conference.
Obtained the PVSA Gold Award in 2022 and 2023 for obtaining over 300 volunteer hours.
Was a coder on the winning programming team for a competition at the University of Maryland.
Created a novel suicide hotline system for UPenn's hackathon and won the Best AI Hack out of 354 collegiate students.
Was a coder on the 3rd place programming team for a high school coding competition at the University of Pennsylvania.
Was a coder on the 3rd place programming team for a high school coding competition at Widener University.
Was a coder on the 4th place programming team for a high school coding competition at Cornell University.