ESP Biography

LILIA HEINOLD, UML Junior majoring in Comp Sci and Math

Major: Computer Science and Mathematics

College/Employer: UMass Lowell

Year of Graduation: 2021

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I'm a Junior at UMass Lowell doing a double major in Computer Science and Mathematics. I especially like low level languages (assembly!), robotics, and how software and hardware interact. For the past year I've been working at UML's robotics lab, helping teach one of our humanoid robots learn how to walk. I'm currently on coop at L3 Technologies helping program scanning equipment.

In my free time I like creative writing, watching Science Fiction and I'm part of UML's robotics team.

Past Classes

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C12263: From Binary to Symbolic Machine Language: How Computers Understand Code in HSSP Summer 2018 (Jun. 30, 2018)
Have you ever wondered how computers actually understand the code you write? Come learn about code in its most basic form, aka Assembly Language! This class start with an overview of binary, hex and computer memory. Then, we will go over converting between simple x86 assembly (NASM syntax) and C. The final project includes defusing a binary bomb using your newfound knowledge!