Arnav Gupta

Arnav Gupta

Fox Chapel Area High School
Class of 2019

Pittsburgh, PA


Grade Point Average

Unweighted GPA: 3.97

Weighted GPA: 4.36

Science and Mathematics Classes

AP Physics, Electricity and Magnetism: 5/5 on AP Exam.

AP Calculus AB: 5/5 on AP Exam.

AP World History: 4/5 on AP Exam.

Currently enrolled: AP Computer Science, AP Calculus BC, AP Biology, AP Chemistry

Organizations and Leadership

President of Data Analysis Club, Captain of FC Data Jam team

President of Science Bowl Club, Captain of FC Science Bowl team

Secretary of Robotics Club, Senior member of FC Robotics team

Treasurer of FC Science Fair Club

Treasurer of FC Tapestry Fine Arts Magazine Publication

Coding Experience


HTML, CSS, Python, Java, and Javascript.

  • Proficient in full stack web development using Django framework.
  • Proficient in data manipulation using Python libraries Numpy and Keras
  • Proficient in elementary circuit design, construction and analysis.

Notable Projects

First Place in 2018 Pittsburgh Data Jam – Cluster 2

Led a team of 7 fellow highschoolers in a Data Science Competition. Created an image recognition program that attempted to diagnose diseased chest X-Ray images. Designed and implemented a single label classification Convolutional Neural Network using Keras (a python library).

First Place in 2017 Fox Chapel Hackathon

Created a prototype violin that utilized a resistive strip to model infinite intonations of sound. User wears a glove and moves fingers along violin board as if they were playing. Constructed and coded using an Arduino microcontroller.

Internship with Starzl Transplant Institute at UPMC Biomedical Tower

Created an algorithm in Matlab that identified and recorded cell interactions within 4D images of rat experiments. Compiled all interactions and outputted visualizations of data.

Penn State Hackathon - EE Circuits Competition — Spring of 2017

Entered and won First Place at an Electrical Circuits competition at a Penn State Hackathon. Designed and built a prototype for an efficient lighting system that involved multiple increments of signals using the least amount of electrical components.

Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Project — Spring of 2017

Created and tested a electromagnetic braking system that slowed down the momentum of a wheel, similar to Hybrid Car systems in use today. Tested the efficiency of this system and future viability of entirely eliminating friction brakes.