Python Department Head
Jyoti is an incoming computer science major at Tufts University. She has been learning java and python since she was in seventh grade. She is passionate and dedicated to machine learning projects since 2018. She has participated in many computer science competitions and has placed in the USACO Silver division. This year Jyoti completed the AP Computer Science A and the AP Calculus BC. Furthermore, Jyoti has won the state research fair (MSEF) for her research in environmental science and machine learning. She is excited to share her knowledge and expertise in Advanced Python and Machine Learning at AICS.
Scratch Department Head
Isaac is a rising senior at Acton-Boxborough Regional High School. He enjoys coding and has worked with Scratch significantly ever since he began programming, with experience in virtual education. In Isaac's free time he is involved in the Science and Debate Teams, activities in which he has achieved significant success. He is excited to be a part of AICS this summer.
Java Department Head, Co-President
SAT Math Department Head
Joe Maffa is a rising freshman at Brown University. He is an honors student with genuine interest in knowledge and sharing that knowledge with others. He scored in the 99th percentile on the math portion of the SAT test. Outside of school, he spends his time playing tennis and cooking with his family. He is looking forward to helping teach math with AICS!
Java Department Head, President
Michael is a rising senior at Acton Boxborough Regional High School. He started programming in 3rd grade, and has experience in both HTML and Python. Now a junior at ABRHS, he has since picked up Java and Golang as his preferred languages. His years of experience in programming have given him a passion to learn and create, which he hopes to impart to his motivated students. Aside from his background in computer science, Michael is an accomplished member of the AB Science Team, and loves to spend time outdoors with his scouting friends.
Jessica is an incoming computer science major at Cornell University. She has been interested in CS since she was in elementary school, and has pursued this interest by taking classes such as AP Computer Science A and working on projects such as coding a doctor-patient portal. Through these classes and projects, she has become familiar with programming languages such as Python and Java. At school, Jessica is a member of Girls in STEAM and Peer Tutors, where she has enjoyed tutoring her peers as well as younger children.
Charles is an incoming computer science major at Cornell University. He has been programming since 7th grade, and has achieved success in multiple national computer science competitions, including promotion to the Gold Division in the USA Coding Olympiad (USACO). In terms of teaching experience, Charles has instructed students over a range of ages and skill levels. In his free time, Charles enjoys snowboarding and juggling (sometimes even at the same time!). He is also very excited to bring his knowledge and experience in programming to AICS!
Nitya Aryasomayajula is a rising sophomore at UMass Amherst, studying Computer Science and Mathematics. She currently pursues research at her university in the area of theoretical computer science, and her research interests lie in the area of algorithms, machine learning, and biologically inspired computing. She has served as a teaching assistant for the introductory computer science at her university, and has tutored students in data structures. She looks forward to coming back and helping out in AICS!
NY Branch Manager
Rohit is a rising senior at Ithaca High School. He has been coding since 8th grade with favorite languages being Python and Java (after having taken AP Computer Science). He is currently also learning R. Rohit has been using his knowledge of Python to help automate bioinformatic methods and tools for research he has been doing at the Boyce Thompson Institute. At school he is also part of his programming team where he has taught introductory Python classes to newer members. Rohit is very excited to be a part of AICS this summer.
SAT Math Instructor
Ryan Song is a rising senior at Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland. He is a straight A student who is passionate about math, likes to work with other students, and looks forward to teaching at AICS. He scored an 800 on the math portion of the SAT test and an 800 on the SAT math 2 subject test. Outside of Math, Ryan is engaged in various STEM-related activities and clubs in his school; he also enjoys swimming, digital drawing, and pokemon.
Operator, Scratch Instructor
Ben is an incoming Computer Science major at the University of Toronto. He has experience in customer service at an online art instruction organization and in teaching younger kids various subjects including chess and coding. Ben has also been self-studying various coding languages such as Java and Python during his free time. He enjoys reading magazines and biking during the summer. Ben is thrilled to bring his knowledge of coding and teaching experiences to AICS.
Srijan Srivatsa, originally from Ashland, MA, is a rising sophomore at UMass Amherst studying Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering. His experience in coding includes small projects in high school and being a lecture panelist during Data Structures Lectures at his previous educational institution, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His interests in Computer Science include Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Mechatronics. Srijan looks forward to contributing to the AICS community this Summer 2021 for the first time!
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