Mykyta Solonko

Northbook, Illinois mykytasolonko@gmail.com

I am a Yale undergraduate studying Computer Science and Economics with experience in full-stack web development, robotics, computer vision, and machine learning.


Experience

Software Engineering Intern

Honey Science Corp.

May 2020 - August 2020

Software Engineering Intern

OnTrack Rehabilitation

Utilized WebFlow and Appfairy in order to redesign existing website in ReactJS. Employed ag-Grid, Recharts, and Bootstrap libraries to allow the end user to view and manipulate patient data. Ensured that the web application puts emphasis on the user and simplified layout for physicians and patients alike.

January 2020 - May 2020

Product Developer

Kensa Inc

Programmed Android application to interface with a hardware product. Planned an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. Wrote descriptions, filmed video, and designed graphics for campaign

May 2019 - August 2019

Education

Yale University

BS Computer Science and Economics

Yale Entrepreneurial Society, Yale Robotics, Yale Young Global Scholars Admissions

GPA: 4.00

August 2019 - Present

Glenbrook South High School

STEM Learning Community

Tennis Team, Chess Team, Math Team, Coding Club

GPA: 5.00

August 2015 - June 2019

Skills

Programming Languages & Tools
Expertise
  • Full-Stack Web Development
  • Robotics with ROS and Arduino
  • Machine Learning with Tensorflow
  • Computer Vision with OpenCV

Projects

COVID-19 Data Analysis with R

Extracted observations from publicly-available coronavirus data using R.

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Reading Color Blindness Charts: Deep Learning and Computer Vision

Created an AI that inputs color blindness charts and identifies what is written on them.

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Student Calc

Trained a Keras neural network on web-scraped college admission data to predict student acceptance chances based on 10 different factors. Made a web application for students to try this out.

See Project

BulletinVR

Bulletin is a WebVR bulletin board for sharing anonymous messages. This was part of our submission for YHack 2019, which won the Best VR/Gaming Hack.

See Project

Cancer Division Simulation

Created a simulation to see the difference between normal and cancerous cells' division using PhysicsJS.

See Project