Outstanding Instructors and Tutors
Coordinator for USA Olympiad Team Selection Tests, Assistant academic director of Math Olympiad Summer Program (MOP
Assistant movie producer in Hollywood, B.S. with honors from Harvard University in English.
Member of Google Brain Team, working on TensorFlow. PhD from UC Berkeley, B.S. in in Mathematics and Computer Science from MIT. 1 gold, 2 silver medals at IMO (2000-2002)
Studied spacecraft AI verification at MIT. Deployed AI systems for NASA.
B.S. in Mathematics from Harvey Mudd College. Studying towards PhD in Business at Stanford Univ. Expert in Java, Python and C++.
Studies Math at MIT. Gold medal at 2019 IMO, bronze medal at 2019 Balkan Math Olympiad (BMO), gold medal at 2016 Junior BMO. 800 on SAT Math Level-2, 800 on SAT Physics.
Highlights From Our 2019 Summer Camps
CyberMath Academy’s 2019 Summer Camps ended with an exciting award ceremony on July 27th. Camps were held at 2 locations: Harvard Law School Wasserstein Hall, 1585 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138 and Stanford University in Stanford, CA. Students had two wonderful weeks filled with high level learning through intriguing academic challenges.The academically inspiring atmosphere of the universities motivated our students towards higher goals. They shared the joy of learning with their peers from 21 U.S. states including California, New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, Texas, Georgia, Illinois, New Jersey, Florida, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Washington, Maryland, Vermont, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Maine, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Iowa and 23 different countries including Canada, China, Kenya, India, Thailand, Azerbaijan, Singapore, Honduras, Colombia, Egypt, Serbia, United Arab Emirates, Portugal, Germany, Argentina, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Australia, France, Mexico, Ecuador, Greece and Switzerland.
2019 Summer Camps in Pictures
Guest Lectures at Our 2019 Summer Camps
“Current Research in Mathematics and Advice for Students”
“Hybrid Human-Machine Information Systems”
“Seeing the ultrasmall, capturing the ultrafast!”
“Artificial Intelligence – Past, Present and Future"
“Mechanical Engineering and Neuroscience”