Mihir is a senior at Stanford studying computer science. At Stanford, he co-directed TreeHacks (Stanford’s annual hackathon), served as co-president of Stanford ACM, and TA’d for the intro CS and embedded systems classes, and currently does research in machine learning & distributed systems. In the past, he’s interned at a small computer vision startup called Helia, worked on perception for self-driving cars at Waymo, built self-flying helicopters for NASA and the DoD, and developed hardware at Facebook to bring the internet to those without access. He also enjoys reading, skiing, and eating great food (especially pasta!).