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 this summer (Summer 2018) I will be a undergraduate student instructor (uGSI) for CS 70, Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory, and CS 61C, Great Ideas in Computer Architecture (Machine Structures). 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.


Click to view my résumé, updated January 2019 (contact for complete résumé):

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