Max Bareiss
Max Bareiss is a graduate student in the Virginia Tech Center for Injury Biomechanics. He enjoys attending hackathons, writing code, making electronic devices, and playing piano.
Max Bareiss attends hackathons regularly, and typically documents the results on DevPost.
Max Bareiss developed an assembler for Rowan University's Computer Architecture course which is available here.
Max Bareiss is highly proficient in C, C++, Python, R, MATLAB, and Javascript. He codes socially, and was the primary programmer for his FIRST  FTC team.
Max Bareiss is a programmer, maker, and former SAE Baja participant.
Max Bareiss studies driver behavior and how it impacts vehicle safety.
Max Bareiss is a veteran of four robotics teams:

FTC0248
FRC1302
FRC3142
ZR0089
Max Bareiss is part of many organizations.