I am a senior Computer Engineering major from the Greater Seattle Area. For the past two summers, I have been interning for NVIDIA, a company at the forefront of artificial intelligence and gaming hardware. My past projects have involved web development, and more recently, I have become interested in app development and cybersecurity. I have a passion for learning and working on new projects, so feel free to ask me about what new endeavors I am pursuing!
I am a double major in Computer Engineering and Mathematics from Washington state. My programming interests include full stack web development, animation, and machine learning. I enjoy tackling a good programming challenge and I love learning new technologies. When I'm not coding, I enjoy playing board games, cooking, and growing plants. I like meeting new people and hearing what projects they are working on — come say hi!
Hello! I am currently a sophomore studying Computer Engineering. I was born in Alamo, California but moved to New Zealand for a few years before coming back to the Bay Area where I hope to stay. I just started coding my freshman year so I am always trying to learn new skills, whether that be online or at a hackathon. I also love to travel, camp, play games, cook, and of course take care of my family's chickens. If you are new to computer science or just have questions, I would be happy to help you out!
Hey ACM Broncos! I’m currently a first year student from San Jose studying computer science. I like playing around with and reading into web development, internet of things, and data science. Aside from programming, I enjoy the art of dance — more specifically acrobatics, tap, ballet, and jazz. When I’m not dancing or programming, you can probably find me looking at memes and using the weary face emoji because it’s always a great day to be a bronco. Feel free to tag me in any funny memes you find on social media with the weary face emoji or reach out to me about anything else!
Hello! I am a Computer Science and Engineering undergraduate student ('19) who was born in San Jose. I first started programming in 9th grade and have developed a passion for both tutoring peers and building products such as single-page web applications, internal APIs, and IRC bots ever since. Over the last five years, I have dabbled in over 14 programming languages and have interned at both startups and big companies. I'm excited to spend time with you (the awesome members) learning more and sharing information.
Hi! I’m Cole and I’m a double major in Computer Science and Economics from the Seattle, WA area. I’ve always had a passion for technology, but didn’t begin studying Computer Science until an AP CS course my senior year of high school. I love working with technology and am interested in the intersection between markets, customers, and technology. Feel free to say hi if you see me around campus playing pick up basketball, studying, or just hanging out with friends!
I'm a junior studying Computer Engineering from the far away land of Sunnyvale. I enjoy playing tennis, piano, biking, travelling, hiking, and exploring. You can find me on the tennis courts, in the music building, or hiding in Dunne basement. Some programming interests include Android development, full stack web development, and machine learning. I'm super excited to meet any new members and am willing to answer any questions you may have!
Hi everyone! I am a sophmore and a Computer Science student from the Seattle Area. I was really lucky to have discovered programming as my passion in the 9th grade. Since then, from building Xbox games to mobile apps to websites, I've been perusing projects that interest me. Not only do I enjoy learning about programming myself, I also love sharing that knowledge. In highschool, I worked as a CS instructor for over two years. I hope that as a board member at ACM, I can continue to make a positive impact on the CS community. When I'm not busy on a project or schoolwork, I enjoy biking, aerial photography, and spending time with friends. I love meeting new people, so feel free to reach out or talk to me anytime!
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Hey guys, I’m Evan and I’m a Junior studying Computer Science and Engineering. My software interests include web development and cybersecurity. In addition to these interests, I spent a summer working with 3D printers at Hewlett Packard and would love to hear everyone’s diverse specialties and background! While I’m not coding, you can find me shooting hoops or discovering new food spots in the bay. Also, I’ll be snapping photos at our ACM events so be sure to smile!
Hello ACMers! I’m a second-year web design and engineering major. I've interned for a startup in Shanghai where I built a mobile/web hybrid application to help students apply to colleges. My technical interests are full stack web development and cryptography. Away from school and work, I love doodling, writing down my experiences and knowledge in my blog, and tinkering and dabbling with tools and fun projects. And of course, hackathons! If you are looking to expand the range of your technical skills and professional network, come chat with me about things like events for hackers, how to get a coffee chat with a professional, etc.
Hi all! My name is Steven and I am majoring in Computer Science and Engineering and minoring in Entrepreneurship! I am from Northern California and am new to programming but really enjoy every facet of it! Some specific interests include IoT, machine learning and augmented reality. In-between school I enjoy going on runs or hikes outdoors and listening to music! Please feel free to reach out to me for any questions, suggestions, comments about ACM! Looking forward to an awesome year!
I am a senior who is majoring in Computer Science and Engineering and minoring in Bioengineering. I'm from Spokane, Washington. In addition to ACM-W, I am also involved on campus as the Managing Editor for the school's yearbook, an Engineering Peer Advisor, and an IoT Student Researcher for the COEN Department. In my free time, I like to spend time with my friends and family, discover new shows and movies, and play video games!
I am a Junior honors student studying Computer Science and Engineering with a math minor. Along with ACM-W, I am involved with Intandesh and the peer adviser program. I love to shop, work out, and eat carbs in my free time, as well as spend loads of time with my family and friends. I am an energetic gal with a passion for laughing and having fun! This year, I would love to see ACM-W continue to strengthen its identity as a community of women in computing willing to help one another to reach our goals in the classroom and beyond.
I am a Junior Computer Science and Engineering at Santa Clara University, where I am also pursuing a minor in Math. Currently, I am a Web Intern at the SCU Office of Marketing & Communications, I play Clarinet in the SCU Wind Symphony, and I hope to join an a Cappella group this year. I enjoy traveling, food, books, cinema, music, and arts such as drawing, photography, and graphic design.
I am a sophomore Computer Science and Engineering major. I enjoy volunteering, eating sushi and watching Gilmore Girls. Off campus, I am a member of Alpha Delta Pi. I became interested in coding through Girls Who Code and have been an active alumna for three years. I am very excited to be an officer for ACM-W this year!
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I am a first-year Computer Science and Engineering major from the Bay Area pursuing minors in Mathematics and Women and Gender Studies. I am currently in SCU's Concert Choir and hope to join more vocal performance groups throughout my years here since my biggest passions are singing and music. I also enjoy concerts, the beach, traveling, poetry, and, of course, coding! I am so excited to be a part of ACM-W and hope to help empower other women in computing, STEM, and beyond!
Prof. Yi Fang is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Engineering who specializes in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. You can read more about his research here. He received his Ph.D. in computer science at Purdue University. He was awarded both Teacher of the Year and Researcher of the Year in 2017.