Jason Adleberg

BS at Princeton University

Architecture, 2014

Bio

Hey all, My name's Jason and I'm an Architecture + CS student at Princeton, where I do stuff with Class Government and the Entrepreneurship Club. Please contact me at adleberg@princeton.edu if you have any questions!

Work History

Oct 2012 present
Microsoft Student Partner, Princeton University
  • Promoted releases of Halo 4 for Xbox 360 & Xbox Music

  • Working with University to switch to Office365 SaaS

Jun 2012 Aug 2012
HIV Research Unit, National Institute of Medical Research, Tanzania Mobile Systems Developer
  • Developed infrastructure for collecting data via smartphones, transitioning out of handwritten methods.

  • Interviewed subjects + collected HIV/AIDS prevalence data in hard-to-reach communities near Mwanza, Tanzania.

  • Point of Contact between NIMR Tanzania and various funding organizations, like World Health Organization.

Mar 2012 present
PrincetonFML Co-Founder

Princeton's premier student forum, about 3K uniques daily: www.princetonfml.com

Jun 2011 Aug 2011
Johns Hopkins University Researcher
  • Co-authored paper published in International Conference on Evacuation Modeling and Management: "Seismic Evacuation Model Accounting for Human-Structure Interaction"

  • Developed agent-based model for earthquake response [www.bit.ly/earthquakesim]

  • Led workshop for high school students interested in engineering

Education

Sep 2010 Jun 2014
(expected)
Princeton University
BS
GPA: 3.6
Jan 2004 Jan 2010
Gilman School

Fields of Study

  • Architecture
  • Computer Science

Skills

  • C
  • C#
  • Graphic Design
  • Html/Css
  • Java
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Python/Django
  • Texas Hold 'Em
  • jQuery

Courses

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Publications

  • Mitrani-Reiser, Judith, et al. "Seismic Evacuation Model Accounting for Human-Structure Interaction." International Conference on Evacuation Modeling