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Oran collins

I'm a hacker/maker

Area of Expertise

software

Adan Kvitschal

I work with embedded systems, analog electronics and general physics research. I founded a small engineering services company in Brazil, currently working with a team of 3 engineers to create products and help companies on their way to to production.

Arafat Bouchafra

I'm a software engineer (operating systems architect), and a microelectronics engineer (IC designer)

Iremnur Colak

Skills

C Java Verilog Vue

Area of Expertise

Academic: Student

Pascal Sossou

I like Basketball

Skills

Python Java LISP

Area of Expertise

Academic: Student

Dean Liu

IC Foundry 20 years. Software Design 20 years. Now is working on AI

Ved Mohan Borade

https://www.linkedin.com/in/vedb/

Area of Expertise

Circuits: Microcontrollers

denis mbuya

Am an student Engineer

Skills

Python and java

Area of Expertise

Circuits: Sensors

KISHORE S

I am UG student whose stream is Electronics and Communication.I am interested on chip designing and fabrication

Area of Expertise

Academic: Student

Antonio Karam

I am currently in my junior year studying computer engineering at the University of Notre Dame. Alongside that, I am pursuing a concentration in cybersecurity and a minor in engineering corporate practice. My curiosity was initially drawn to the puzzle-like nature of security problems, which led me to major in Computer Engineering in an effort to dissect both the hardware and software sides of computer systems and expose their vulnerabilities. The more I learned about cybersecurity, the more I realized its criticality in safeguarding individuals and organizations and its ever-growing prominence in our tech-driven world, especially within software development. Throughout my undergraduate career, I have taken on various leadership positions, from acting as the Vice President of my university's Engineers Without Borders chapter to leading development teams at CS For Good. I expect to graduate in May 2025, and I am currently interested in an internship position for the summer of 2024.

Antonio Karam

I am currently in my junior year studying computer engineering at the University of Notre Dame. Alongside that, I am pursuing a concentration in cybersecurity and a minor in engineering corporate practice. My curiosity was initially drawn to the puzzle-like nature of security problems, which led me to major in Computer Engineering in an effort to dissect both the hardware and software sides of computer systems and expose their vulnerabilities. The more I learned about cybersecurity, the more I realized its criticality in safeguarding individuals and organizations and its ever-growing prominence in our tech-driven world, especially within software development. Software engineering complements that passion but adds a layer of creativity and ingenuity that fuels my drive to develop programs and systems that help serve people all over the world. I strive to build solutions that are not only resource-efficient but also sustainable, scalable, and adaptable. Achieving this goal requires a relentless passion for learning about available and emerging technologies – a skill I am proud to have. I am fascinated by the ever-evolving landscape of tech innovation, and it is this fascination that motivates me to delve deeper into the world of technology, continuously seeking out new knowledge and skills to ensure I stay at the forefront of this dynamic industry. Throughout my undergraduate career, I have taken on various leadership positions, from acting as the Vice President of my university's Engineers Without Borders chapter to leading development teams at CS For Good. I expect to graduate in May 2025, and I am currently interested in an internship position for the summer of 2024.

Sofia Nelson

Computer Engineering Major at the University of Notre Dame

Andrew Mitchell

Current Junior at the University of Notre Dame studying Computer Engineering