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Mingze Shi (Jimmy)

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

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

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

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

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”)

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

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

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.