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Mingze Shi (Jimmy)

 mshi18@jh.edu  (609) 216-0130  mshi22  mshi22/  jshi22

EDUCATION
Johns Hopkins University, Class of 2022
Planning to pursue a B.S. in Computer Science
West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South, Class of 2018
Coursework included: Advanced Topics in Computer Science, Advanced Topics in Physics, Multivariable Calculus and independent
studies in Statistics, and Psychology
GPA 3.89/4.0 | SAT 1560/1600

SKILLS
LANGUAGES: (Proficient) Java, Python, C#, NoSQL, (Famliar) HTML/CSS, C++
OTHER: Unity3D Game Engine, Git, Graphic Design w/ Photoshop, (Familiar) Django

EXPERIENCE
Princeton University - Research Intern Jun 2017 - Aug 2017
Implemented Python gene enrichment methods for gene set data analysis equipped with unit tests
Contributed 7 different statistical tests (GSEA, Wilcoxon Rank Sum, etc.) to the Function Lab Enrichments repo
Supervised by Professor Olga Troyanskaya and worked with her graduate students

AWARDS
USA Computing Olympiad Platinum Division, · Highest division qualifier (using Java) Jan 2017
USA Physics Olympiad Semifinalist, · Top 290 in the nation Feb 2017
2016 National STEM Video Game Challenge Winner ($3,000 team prize) Oct 2016
#1 Open Platform team project submission in the nation (my team’s original project ”Radiant”)

Hackathons
Feb 2017 - Best Use of AWS & Assistive Tech Track Winner @ HackNYU, New York University
May 2016 - Best Mobile Application Award @ HackMHS II, Millburn High School
Nov 2016 - DreamItReel Award @ InventYU, Yeshiva University
Oct 2016 - 2nd Place @ WacHacks, Windsor Athletic Center

ACTIVITIES
Absolute Coding Club · President Jul 2016 - Present
Creator of the curriculum incorporating algorithm complexity analysis, problem analysis and team-based strategies
Lead instructor and organizer of the other officers and over 25 students

Physics Department Assistant · Physics T.A. Sep 2017 - Present


Created a new inventory of lab equipment and reorganized lab tables
Assisted students with equation derivations and operating equipment during labs

Computer Science Innovators Club · Co-founder and President Sep 2015 - Present
Director of student application development teams with a focus on scalability and practicality
Published a school mapping app and facilitating the development of a new GPS module and dynamic node network

PROJECTS
Radiant | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyGzAc4K2yg&feature=youtu.be Summer 2016
Built in Unity2D, 6,000 lines of C# code run this fun physics-based dungeon crawler video game project. Winner of a 2016 National
STEM Video Game Challenge Award.
Alzheimer's Companion | https://devpost.com/software/alzeimer-s-companion Spring 2017
A website connected to a NoSQL database (DynamoDB) pairs with this Amazon Alexa skill for helping Alzheimer’s patients improve
memory recollection. Winner of the HackNYU Tech Track and AWS awards.
GSA Enrichments Repository | https://github.com/jshi22/GSAenrichments Summer 2017
1,500 lines of Python code run gene set enrichment statistical tests w/ Benjamini Hochberg correction. Multiprocessing capabilities
enable the analysis of annotation sets exceeding 20,000 terms.
Pirate Maps | https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.CSI.HSSPirateMaps&pageId=none Fall 2016
Mapping app for navigating in school. Implements Dijkstra’s shortest path with backtracking. Published on the Google Play Store.
Spectral Glass | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPyWxMO_l6I Fall 2017
Python runs this 1,250 LED audio spectrum analyzer, performing real-time FFT on audio input signals.