ESP Biography
SUJAY KAZI, MIT junior passionate about math and physics
Major: Courses 8 & 18C College/Employer: MIT Year of Graduation: 2021 

Brief Biographical Sketch:
I am a junior at MIT double majoring in Course 8 (Physics) and Course 18C (Mathematics with Computer Science). Since high school, I have been passionate about teaching, and I taught competitive math to the younger students at my high school for three years. I have also taught high school students for the USA Physics Olympiad while in college. Past Classes(Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)M13870: List of Paradoxes in Spark 2020 (Mar. 14  15, 2020)
The Monty Hall paradox is old newsthere are many more exciting brainbenders to ponder! Come join this tour of just a small sample of the many fascinating paradoxes from math, logic, decision theory, and much more!
S13205: The NDimensional Universe in Splash 2019 (Nov. 23  24, 2019)
Have you ever wondered why we need to live in 3 spatial dimensions? Come see how your life would be different in a different number of spatial dimensions, from planetary orbits all the way down to the periodic table!
W13253: Science Bowl in Splash 2019 (Nov. 23  24, 2019)
Come play high school Science Bowl and try to win for bragging rights and learn some awesome things about science! Know lots of science trivia, love hitting buzzers, or just want to try to answer questions ridiculously fast? This is the walkin for you! You do not need to have familiarity/experience with this game to participate!
S13292: Thermodynamics/Stat. Mech: Beyond the Basics in Splash 2019 (Nov. 23  24, 2019)
You know the Ideal Gas Law, you know what Entropy is, and you know what a Carnot Engine isâ€”fed up with this abstract nonsense, you come in ready to learn some REAL LEGIT THERMO. Come for a crash course on the kinetic theory of gases, diffusion, and partition functions. If time permits, we'll talk about applications to chemistry and/or quantum physics.
S12567: Cool Mathematical Curves and Their Properties in Splash 2018 (Nov. 17  18, 2018)
An introduction to various interesting mathematical curves and their mathematical and physical properties! How can you find the area under certain curves without calculus? How can you adjust a pendulum so that its period is independent of its amplitude (and not just approximately)? Why does a hanging chain assume a certain shape? Learn all of this and more!
