Maxim Zaslavsky

Student in New York

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I'm a computer science student at Princeton University, originally from San Diego, CA.

I use computer science — primarily data science — to solve problems in other fields.

I've worked on the data science team at The New York Times, at Nest, at a neuroscience startup, and on research projects about evolutionary game theory, neuroscience, gerrymandering, and machine learning. I was lucky to be admitted to Princeton at age 15, and I dropped out of high school to attend.

In my free time, I play music (mostly jazz piano these days), travel, and read.

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  • Education
    • Princeton University