About Me

Literally me.
Literally me.


My name is Emaan and I am currently a student at the University of California, Berkeley. I currently live in the San Francisco Bay Area, but I was born and raised in Southern California. I am currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Computer Science and Statistics with a applied cluster in Economics. I am greatly fascinated by many fields in computer science, including theory, hardware, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and computer security. Additionally, I have an interest in economics, politics, finance, and history.

I also enjoy teaching, and during Summer 2018 I was an undergraduate student instructor (uGSI) for CS 70, Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory, and CS 61C, Great Ideas in Computer Architecture (Machine Structures). IN Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 I was a uGSI again for CS 70, and currently (Fall 2019) I am a uGSI for CS 170, Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems. See the "Teaching" tab for more info.

Fun Facts

  • I collect paper currency from around the world (this is known as numismatics) including from historical states.
  • I write primarily in cursive and I prefer chalkboards to whiteboards.
  • I use an IBM Model M keyboard from 1984 (I type around 70 WPM on my laptop but noticably faster on the Model M).
  • I once designed and built a 30-foot wooden scale model of the Eiffel Tower with two friends.


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