I'm a senior at MIT studying physics and
electrical engineering & computer science. My three biggest passions are teaching, building cool stuff, and music. My teaching experience consists of mentoring a small group of middle school students with their science fair projects, as
well as a large group of middle school and high school students during a
summer leadership workshop. I've also done one-on-one tutoring at MIT in the subjects listed on the right.
I am very comfortable teaching subjects ranging from science and math to music theory and performance. I feel that the success of my students is my success, and that is why I care so much and try to teach in the most fun, exciting, patient and encouraging way.
I have a fair amount of experience in building web applications. A few years ago I co-founded a startup that involved finding optimum combinations of transportation routes for intercity travel within the United States. Last summer, I worked at Google and helped my team build an application for visualizing global router networks. Two years ago I built a food recommendation engine using a machine learning algorithm that attempts to learn the user's taste preferences.
Furthermore, I've been playing saxophone (both classical and jazz) for about 8 years, and have played in both orchestras and jazz combos. I've also been studying theory and composition at MIT for 3 years, and composing and producing pop/hip-hop music for about a year.