Daniel
Math Competition Coach

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Daniel is currently a junior at Horace Greeley High School. He is currently taking AP Calculus AB, AP Physics and AP Computer Science. He has been passionate about math and science since a very young age. He has participated in various math, science, and computer science competitions since 2017. He has completed various advanced math courses through John Hopkins University CTY program and Brown Summer program. Daniel also co-authored a paper in the Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics on Visualization of Exact Invariant Solutions Associated with Atmospheric Waves in a Thin Circular Layer with Professor Ranis Ibragimov.

In his spare time, Daniel enjoys coding, video game development, and music production. He is, for the most part, self-taught in coding and is well versed in Python, Java, C++, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, C#, and SQL. He is using the game engine Unity to produce video games and is currently working on a full game for release. Daniel has also worked on web design projects including helping to redesign Wilson Prep website. When he is not coding or doing homework, Daniel spends his time composing electronic music.