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StudyNest – Tinder for Study Buddies

Executive Summary: Pitch Deck: Product Video:   StudyNest is a web-based social application that enables students to find synergistic study buddies to help cure isolation and increase productivity. The Problem Loneliness is a well-known issue among youth and students. According to Cigna’s 2018 and 2020 national loneliness study, younger generations are experiencing

TopHobbyUS — My Ebay Business

Back in 2016, my brother and I discovered a growing interest in drones and RC vehicles. His fascination was due to his aspirations to be a pilot whereas my fascination stemmed from my love for videomaking. The more we researched and delved into drones and other RC vehicles, the more we discovered a lack of — Track your college app essays with ease was a pet project of mine. I wanted to build a clean, minimalistic platform that my friends and peers could track their essay statuses with ease and simplicity. No more messy Excel sheets. The web app also features a generator that sends users a supportive message or words of wisdom from graduated seniors, current

Ocufy — An AR Healthtech Solution

Executive Summary (PDF Download Link): Executive Summary – Ocufy Project Submission Video: Pitch Deck: Ocufy Pitch Deck Github Link: A prominent issue that plagues the healthcare industry, especially physicians, is the time spent on using electronic health record (EHR) systems, both for retrieving information and logging information. In the delivery of healthcare, time

Environmental Research with Dr. Adam Smith, USC

Antibiotic resistance is a growing threat to public health and the environment. With the spread and evolution of antibiotic resistance, healthcare costs have risen, stronger diseases have emerged, and mortality rates have increased. Wastewater treatment plants, which rely on bacterial activity and act as gateways to the environment, are believed to be hotbeds for antibiotic

Diversity in the Venture Capital and Startup Ecosystem

Case Study (PDF Download): Diversity Case Study LP Game (Word Download): LP Game For my course — REL597: Silicon Valley Ethics: Case Studies in the World of High Tech — I researched and developed a concise case study that explored diversity in the venture capital and startup ecosystem. I was assisted by the former Managing

Joseph’s Custom Computer Shop

Problem: Pre-built computers that most people buy are grossly overpriced and filled with unoptimized components that limit the rest of the interacting components. Self-built computers can have up to twice the performance per dollar. In addition, there is so much potentially reusable e-waste these days with computer parts being thrown out or left in the basements/warehouse.

Exeter STEM Day

As the main organizers of the first-ever STEM Day at Phillips Exeter Academy, VERTEX Robotics — my FTC Robotics Team (#15534) — first had this idea when we saw a lack of school emphasis on STEM subjects. Not only were there very few opportunities on campus for STEM students to present their own individual projects,

Engineering Summer Academy at Penn (ESAP) Nanotechnology Research

At the Engineering Summer Academy at Penn (ESAP), I learned a lot about nanofabrication and was exposed to photolithography, soft lithography, film deposition, etching, and bonding through hands-on research projects on Quantum Dots, Microletters, and Microfluidics. Research Posters: Quantum Dots Poster Microletters Poster Microfluidics Poster Short ESAP Video: Long ESAP Video:

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