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Summer 2015

Nancy Xiao
Nancy is a rising sophomore studying Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. She is primarily interested in algorithmic computer science, machine learning, computer security, big data as well as the managerial aspects, problem solving, and alleviating societal issues. She has previously interned at Lockheed Martin as a Systems Engineer where she graphed the relationships between the missile subsystems. Nancy also enjoys dancing, hiking, exploring, and trying new food places.
Eileen Jiang
Eileen is a rising junior at Carnegie Mellon University, where she is majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Human-Computer Interaction. She is primarily interested in backend work relating to algorithms in the software industry. Eileen is passionate about teaching and spends a large portion of her time during the semester TA-ing for intro CS courses. She has also participated in several hackathons in the past, namely HackCMU and PennApps X. In her free time, Eileen likes to go hiking, sing for fun, and do various arts and crafts.
Benjamin Dunn
Benjamin Dunn is a rising junior studying journalism, web development and graphic design at the University of Southern California. During the school year, he serves as an urban affairs reporter for Neon Tommy, a breaking news photographer for the campus paper, the Daily Trojan and a public relations photographer as well as web developer for the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Benjamin has also worked as an editorial intern at Locket, one Google’s best apps of 2014. In the future, he hopes to combine his storytelling, web and graphic design background to help create new ways of sharing information through the web. When he’s not busy covering breaking news like the Ferguson protests or working on a new website, you’ll usually find Benjamin sipping on a cup of milk tea at a local cafe or riding his bike around town.

Summer 2014

Maya Rau-Murthy
Maya is a rising sophomore in Carnegie Mellon University, where she is majoring in Robotics and Computer Science. In the past, she interned under professor John Dolan in the Robotics Institute, where she developed a motion planning algorithm for unmanned surface vessels in marine warfare. Currently, she is researching in the Keystroke Forensics Lab under professor Roy Maxion. In her spare time, Maya enjoys playing the flute, mrudangam, dancing, and learning Sanskrit.
Sunny Nahar
Sunny is currently an undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University in the School of Computer Science. He is mainly interested in algorithmic and theoretical computer science, big data and cloud computing, and computer security. He has previously worked in the security space, doing research in developing browser sensing technologies for Chrome and Firefox, and currently working on experimenting with new techniques to improve efficiency in malware binary analysis.
Alain Tsai
Alain is a senior product design student at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. During his studies at Art Center, Alain has collaborated with students from various disciplines such as engineering, and MBA students from California Institute of Technology, Saintgits College of Engineering, as well as UCLA. His collaboration focused on medical related project to improve the health care system in various of nations. His mission is to design, influence and benefit the world.

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