Espen Slettnes

I am a Stanford Online High School student who loves math. Since sixth grade, I've been concurrently enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley, taking mathematics, physics, and economics courses. I am also a staff member of the Berkeley Math Circle (BMC), where I've been an instructor for the advanced group since 2018 and a problem writer for its monthly contests since 2020.

I have been researching combinatorics through the MIT PRIMES-USA internship program since January 2018. My current research is about mistake-bounded online learning models in machine learning.

When I am not exploring math, you can find me coding various projects, improvising on the piano, playing hidden-role games with friends, or jumping on a trampoline.

My past research projects include:

Selected awards and recognitions: