Neil is a junior majoring in Mathematics and pursuing an accelerated Master’s in Computer Science.
During his time at TIILT Laboratory he has worked on making various Wear OS Applications using android studio.
Kevin Mendoza Tudares
Kevin is a second year studying Computer Science in McCormick with a minor in Psychology.
He is interested in data science and cognition as well as motivating younger students to pursue an interest
in STEM. In his free time, Kevin enjoys listening to music, going to concerts, and watching movies.
Sydney is a second year McCormick student studying Computer Science. She is interested in
improving students’ educational experiences through technology, as well as mentorship. Therefore,
she works with the FamJam team in the lab. On campus, Sydney is a part of the National Society
of Black Engineers (NSBE) as the Treasurer, a mentor in the Black Mentorship Program, and is
involved in the New Student and Family Programs.
Harrison is a fourth year Computer Science student working on the Sony ReSpeaker Project. His research is
focused on the design of educational and accessibility technologies. He loves working with cool gadgets and programming for interesting hardware.
Andy is a first generation second year studying Computer Science and
currently working on the various Minecraft projects. He believes technology is
the most effective way to overcome educational inequity. On campus, Andy is a mentor
to first year students in the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers as the
Membership Chair. Outside of class, he can be found exploring new music and new food
Isabelle is a second year in McCormick majoring in Manufacturing and
Design Engineering and hoping to minor in Computer Science.
She is interested in encouraging interest in STEM in young people in a variety of ways,
as well as learning about user experience and user-focused design.
Isabelle loves talking about dogs, sequential art, and character design.
Judy is a third year in Weinberg majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Asian-American studies.
She loves teaching, is inspired by how people have fun with and can learn with tech, and is exploring
storytelling through interactive media. In her free time, she celebrates her dogs’ birthdays, paints,
and visits different parks.
Priya Kini is a second year in McCormick majoring in Computer Science with a
minor in cognitive science. She is interested in using computer science to facilitate
artistic learning, as well as fostering STEM education in under-represented communities.
Apart from engineering, Priya enjoys dancing for Northwestern’s Bhangra team and
exploring Chicago with her friends.
Marc is a second year student at Northwestern University studying Computer Science
in McCormick. He is from Chicago and is interested in how computer science can be used
for education, reading emotions, and the health industry.
He is currently helping with the Learning with Minecraft, FamJam, and IMR projects.
JooYoung is a senior majoring in Computer Science at Northwestern University
from Seoul, South Korea. He believes that the right inclusion of technology
into classrooms can be the solution to social inequality. He is interested
in leveraging technology to allow students to learn without barriers and realize
the opportunities that they didn’t recognize earlier. In the lab, he is contributing
to the BLINC project and the Sports Analytics Group.
Nathaniel is a second year student studying Computer Science. He is interested
in using Compute Science to mitigate issues of societal inequality. On campus,
he is involved in The Collective along with organizing Black Men LEAD events.
His interests include watching basketball, learning about machine learning, and
video game development. In the lab, he works as a part of the Blinc team.
Alex is a second year McCormick student studying Computer Engineering
with a minor in Music Technology. He is interested in using technology
to help promote social good and provide resources for historically underrepresented
groups. Alex is currently helping with the Blinc project.
Aimee van den Berg
Aimee is a first year in McCormick majoring in Computer Science with an adjunct major in International
Studies. She is interested in artificial intelligence and computer vision as well as robotics. Outside of
engineering, she is passionate about languages and plays Ultimate Frisbee on Northwestern’s Women’s Team.
During her free time she enjoys listening to music, exploring restaurants with friends, and baking!
Sam is a fourth year studying Computer Science, currently working on the Sony Project. He is particularly
interested in user experience and creating simple and impactful education technology. He is also pretty
interested in a good bowl of cereal. And dogs.