My name is Carl Joshua Quines, but everyone calls me CJ. I’m eighteen, and I’m an incoming freshman at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I graduated from the Valenzuela City School of Mathematics and Science on April 2018.
Here is my resume, minus phone number and address.
Delivering an address in the moving-up ceremonies in tenth grade. Image: Valenzuela City PIO.
My partner and I won second prize in math at ISEF 2017, the world’s largest science fair. Since then, I’ve co-authored a paper from CrowdMath 2017 and MIT PRIMES-USA 2018. All three projects were on graph theory, which I’m really interested in.
I currently help train the Philippine team to the International Mathematical Olympiad. I won bronze in the Asia-Pacific Mathematical Olympiad 2017 and 2018. I write handouts and designed a training program for competition math.
A lecture on set theory during PRIME 2017. Image: Marilyn Soriano.
I help organize the National Olympiad in Informatics – Philippines, which I placed second in back when I was in high school. I help train the top students for the International Olympiad in Informatics, which I participated in back in high school too.
I made it to the top 3% out of 35,000 participants in this year’s Google Code Jam. I also write miscellaneous programs in C++, Python and VB, and put this website together from scratch. You can find me on Github and GitLab as cjquines.
Source code to one of my solutions in the NOI.PH 2018.