I'm Jahan [juh-hon], a multidisciplinary software engineer, researcher, and ex-designer based in Washington, D.C. I research and work in various fields across mathematics, and computer science. My primary focus is computational linguistics, algebraic constructs, and graph theory with geometric homomorphisms. In my free time, I'm usually studying, watching esports, working on projects, and playing games with friends. I *love* making people laugh, sharing interests in science, and being a mentor.
A Software Engineer.
My career began at a young age, thanks to adoring parents and good friends interested in cryptography and cryptanalysis. Originally, I focused primarily on freelance and design — both my parents are artists, but overcame the scientific hurdles — and today design compilers, edtech at EverFi, gamification of science, and build tools to access higher mathematics for kids, with occasional hacking on microcontrollers.