Hi! My name is Aditya Mansharamani and I'm a computer science student at University of Illinois
with a passion for programming, fencing, and cars. I'm an aspiring full-stack developer and
love using emerging technologies in order to build and maintain brilliant user experiences.
In my free time, I love to read (about tech and otherwise), work on personal projects, fly (and crash) quadcopters, and drive.
stevenson.space is a student-oriented website built to help Stevenson High School students manage their day at school. The website offers a live-updating period count-down timer, an automatically refreshing lunch menu, and more. stevenson.space sees about 40k page views a week from students and teachers.View Project
Built at Hack the North 2017, Galleon is a website aimed to assist prospective immigrants trying to enter Canada. It calculates a CRS score based off the user's demographic information, a vital metric used by the Canadian government to filter out applicants. Galleon was also built to allow immigrants who succeed to offer their services as mentors for others who were in the same position as them.View Project Presentation
Built at MHacks X, Watchdog is a platform created to increase engagement in classrooms. Using a camera and Microsoft's Cognitive Services, Watchdog monitors a classroom and offers the teacher live, in-depth analytics on the current state of the room, by collecting continuous data on the emotions and engagement of the students.View Project
I build computers out of donated parts and broken machines for FreeGeek, a volunteer organization in Chicago with an aim of bringing affordable computing to everyone in today's age of technology.