Dan studied neuroscience at UCLA. During his
time there Dan worked for NASA’s Planetary Data System (PDS)
where he conducted research on the Cassini space probe, studying
and modeling plasma vorticity in the Saturnian system. He was
part of several publications . Afterwards he focused his efforts on
developing the algorithmic approach employed by Patentula.
David has over five years of coding experience in Java, C# and
HTML. He was part of the "Andrew development" team where he
helped develop an Android App called RailAlarm, listed in the
Android Store. It has been downloaded over 5000 times and has
received good reviews. David now attends Mannheim University - one of the best schools for computer science in Germany.
Jordan’s first forays into the world of coding involved playing
around with codes in a Gameshark device. Now at Stanford, Jordan is working with Java, followed by C++ and plain C. His most memorable projects include heap allocation systems and a data management program developed for the student council at Stanford.