Hi! I'm a 16.71 y/o maker & student. As of 54 minutes ago, I'm in Oakland, CA
I'm fascinated by technology, design, and math, and love building projects that combine each. Currently, I'm most interested in exploring machine learning and embedded applications.
Aside from computers, I love music, both performing it (on the violin) and listening to it. My favorite artists include SOPHIE and Panic! At The Disco.
In my free time, I'm working on an open-source brain-computer interface called Monolith. Our goal is to create the most accessible way to connect minds and machines.
In February, we'll be doing a one-week sprint in San Francisco; reach out if you'd like to meet up!
I work part-time at Hack Club, which is an awesome organization that helps high school students learn to create things with technology. (Teenager? Join us!)
We run coding clubs, hackathons, an online community, and a financial platform to power nonprofits across the globe.
I'm part of Green Mountain Robotics, a FIRST Robotics team, and I lead software development.
I've run a couple of hackathons: Vermont's first high school hackathon, Epoch VT, and then Harvest, Vermont's first gender-focused hackathon.
If you're in high school, I'd strongly reccomend checking if there's one being run near you. Events like these have changed my life for the better.
I competed in the 2023 season of FRC & FTC. My FTC team went undefeated in our state's qualifier touranment (2nd place overall), and my FRC team made it to the world championship in Houston.
Over the summer of 2023, I also volunteer-ran three weeks of robotics summer camps for middle and elementary schoolers.
You can find me in various places on the internet. Usually, I use the moniker recursiveforte:
Feel free to reach out about anything at [email protected]!
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