Monthly Archives: March 2016

Intel STS, Day 4

(21:31) I just came back from a very exciting and fun day. Today we had our poster judging, and mine actually went pretty well. I waited for a judge for about an hour, and my first judge was a mathematician. He began by asking me … Continue reading

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Intel STS, Day 3

(9:36) I just came back from my first round of judging. I had a mathematician and two biologist. The mathematician asked me two questions. The first was to compute . I said that it’s generated by the Hopf fibration, . … Continue reading

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Intel STS, Day 2

(5:30) I was actually awake at 4:30 am (probably a bad idea to have gone to sleep at 12:20 am), and just lied down in my bed for about half an hour – I’m very excited and nervous for today, because … Continue reading

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Intel STS, Day 1

I’m at the Intel Science Talent Search in Washington, D.C. For those of you unfamiliar with it, it is a contest where 40 finalists are selected after a rigorous process (including reading your papers, mentor recommendations, standardized test scores, etc) … Continue reading

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