[first initial] [last name] @ mit.edu
I am a recent alum of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, having finished a double major in computer science and mathematics in February 2014. I now work at Dropbox in San Francisco.
I don't really maintain this page (and, to be honest, didn't maintain it even when in school), so don't expect to find useful information here.
- As part of the inaugural Israel Tech Challenge, I created revealed.co on a team with five others from the US and Israel. Our project placed first in the hackathon.
- At the 2011 Facebook Hackathon at MIT, I created QR Attend with two other MIT students. Then at the Facebook Camp Hackathon Finals, I worked on 2tobrowse, as covered by TechCrunch. Both sites are under construction, but more functionality may be on the way.
- I am involved in many student groups at MIT, including ESP, Mystery Hunt, Hillel, ESG, and a Jazz Combo.
- I was the first MIT student to obtain an official Pirate Certificate, in the fall of 2011. Several months later, I was featured in several media articles about the Pirate Certificate.
- I spent IAP 2012 working on the Maslab robotics competition. Our team won the tournament, which you can now watch online.
- A. Das Sarma, J. Hurwitz, D. Tolnay, and S. Yu. Making Sense of the 2010 Census, in SIAM Undergraduate Research Online. Presented at Mu Alpha Theta 2010. [more information]
- J. Hurwitz. Decycling Densities of Tessellations. Presented at the 2009 Research Science Institute, the 2009 Yau High School Math Awards, and the 2010 DC Junior Science and Humanities Symposium.