What I Do
- Have Fun
- Code This Site
- Stalk Elon Musk
- Theoretical Astrophysics
May 24-27: Destination Imagination Global Finals
My DI team competed in the Global Finals competition, and placed 15th out of approximately 80 teams competing
May 1: Committed to Stanford University
I was fortunately accepted to Stanford University, where I will be attending starting the fall of 2017 as part of the class of 2021. I will be studying something in the realm of computer science, physics, astronomy, or some combination of it all.
Apr 8: Destination Imagination State Tournament
My Destination Imagination (DI) team, after winning first place in our regional tournament, won first again at the state level in the improvisational challenge "3-Peat". We will be travelling to Knoxville, Tennessee from May 24-28 as part of the Global Finals competition.
Mar 14: Science Talent Search Awards Dinner
Although I did not place in the top 10, I had an incredible experience at the Science Talent Search Finalist Week in Washington DC, and walked away with $25,000!
Mar 4: Westchester Science and Engineering Fair
I was a winner of the Office of Naval Research Award for my astrophysics research. Plus, I wore a pretty snazzy space suit that I got to wear up on stage.
Feb 4: 2nd Place at Westchester-Rockland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium
I won 2nd place in my category of Physics and Astronomy at the WesRoc JSHS science fair, for my astrophysics research.
Jan 25: National Finalist of the Regeneron Science Talent Search Competition
I became a national finalist in the Science Talent Search, based on my astrophysics research project. From March 8-15, I will be competing in Washington DC in the finals.
Dec 5: National Finalist of the Siemens Competition
I competed in the national finals of the Siemens Science Competition on December 2-6 with my astrophysics research, winning a $10,000 scholarship prize. Take a look at my presentation slides (or watch it) and poster.