Who am I?
This is a personal webpage of Jesik Min, demonstrating several side projects he has been doing of. Click each tabs and you'll see some details of those projects. Enjoy!
Address: 531 P.O.Box 13389, Stanford, CA 94309
Summer internship position focusing on software development, web development, and UI design. Enjoy solving challenging problems, working in groups, and leading an innovation.
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
[Sep 2012 ~ Present]
Major: Candidate for Computer Science and Mathematics
Expected Graduation Date: Jun 2016
Cumulative GPA: 3.722
Korean Minjok Leadership Academy, Gangwon, Korea
[Mar 2009 ~ Feb 2012]
Graduated International Track Program
- Java (Oracle Certified Java SE6 Programmer)
- Java Server Page/Servlet(JSP)
- C, C++, C#
- Windows 8 API
- SQL/PHP/JSON/XML/UML/XPath/MySQL (completed by March; currently taking a Database Course)
ExperienceStanford Vision and Perception Neuroscience Lab - Research Assistant
[Oct 2012 ~ Present]
Help conducting research on the topics of face adaptation. Studies recent papers regarding face adaptation and design some experiments to improve the prior data. Also, use MATLAB and R to analyze the collected data numiercally.
KMLA Minjok Mobile - UI, Database Manager
[Jul 2012 ~ Sep 2012]
Implemented a relational database for the application - and android mobile application for our high school students and alumni - KMLA App - with SQLite. Customized past user interface with simpler design using HTML5 and jQuery Mobile.
Stanford Korean Students Association - Webmaster Intern
[Oct 2012 ~ Present]
Develop and maintain a webstie for Stanford Korean Students Association. Helped publicizing the events through the web and conducted projects - Karaoke Night and Secret Santa. Website: http://www.stanford.edu/KASA
Stanford Association for International Development - Webmaster Intern
[Oct 2012 ~ Dec 2012]
Devloped and maintained a website for Stanford Association for International Development. Also, helped publicizing events through the web. Website: http://saidstanford.org
Hornos and Awards
Microsoft Hello World Cup Hackathon - 3rd Place
Developed a Windows 8 Mobile Phone application, Walk Smart: an application searching the quickest path for college students based on bottom-to-top approach. In other words, this path-searching application collects data from the actual students in the college campus and uses it to calculate the quickest route between the entered locations. Ranked as the 3rd place.
Korea Presidential Science Scholarship
[May 2012 ~ Present]
Receives $50,000 per year from the Korean government as one of the ten annually selected students in the nation(South Korea), who most likely to pursue their study in the fields rerlated to science and engineering and contribute to the society in the future.
Samsung Electronics Frontier Membership
[Jul 2012 ~ Present]
Affiliated with Samsung Electronics as a Frontier member; a membership only given to twenty annually selected students in the nation. Samsung Electronics offers some up-to-date technology-related seminars and conferences to the members.
Princeton University Math Competition - 3rd place
Annually held math competition at Princeton University. Won the 3rd place in Power Round by solving several challenging problems in Graph Theory.
56th National Science Fair Physics Division - 3rd Place
Conducted research on Korean Traditional Instrument, Daegeum, using the method of FFT and acoustical analysis and presented it in front of many experts and audience.
2nd International Conference for Youth - Excellent Scholar Award, Natural Sci
Conducted research on photoacoustic effect and presented it in front of professors and multinational student audience.
USAMO Qualifier, AMC 10, 12 Certificate of Distinction
Qualified for USAMO due to significant achievement in AMC 10, 12 (Certificate of Distinction for 4 consecutive years)