International Telecommunications Union (ITU)

 
 
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CHAIR: Jeremy chizewer

My name is Jeremy Chizewer, and I am a rising sophomore at Princeton majoring in Computer Science B.S.E. Within Computer Science, my primary area of interest is Quantum Computing. While experts estimate that the “age of quantum computing” is still in the distant future, the threat which quantum computing poses to modern cyber security is severe. I wanted to lead a committee where delegates would have the freedom to devise creative solutions to a problem which is fairly undeveloped. Last summer I had the opportunity to teach computer science to college students at the University of Puerto Rico, which inspired Topic B. If a major university in a US Territory, has almost no the computer science curriculum, what does computer science education look like elsewhere?

Email: chizewer@princeton.edu

Send Position Papers To: TBA


topic a: Cyber Security in the Modern Age


topic b: Computer Science Education in Developing Nations