ABOUT
Biography
Shawn Zhong is a student with junior standing at University of WisconsinMadison, majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics.
Shawn Zhong was born in Shanghai, China on 19 May 1998. He attended Borah High School in Boise, Idaho as a sophomore in 2013, and graduated from No.1 High School Affiliated to Tongji University in Shanghai, China in 2017.
Personal Info
Mathematical Modeling
TIMELINE

2013
Borah High School
 Selfstudied HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, Ruby and PHP on CodeAcademy
 Learnt AP Calculus BC on KhanAcademy and got 5
 TEAMS Competition Best in State
 American Math Competition Winner
 National Society of High School Scholars

2014
No.1 High School Affiliated to Tongji University
 Honor student for Sophomore year and Junior year
 Selfstudied 6 AP courses and got 5 on all of them.
 登峰杯 Mathematical Modeling Contest First prize
 西部杯 Computer Competition FINAL Second prize
 控江杯 Computer Programming Contest Thrid prize
 TI杯 Mathematics Contest Third prize

2017
University of Wisconsin–Madison

ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest
#4 out of 21 teams in the region
#22 out of 208 teams total (Team: Rocky)  Microsoft College Code Competition

ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest
SKILLS & LANGUAGES
96%
Java
Most Experienced Programming Language
94%
Kotlin
Android Development
93%
C/C++
Algorithm Competitions
OS Development
90%
Python
Machine Learning
Web Scraping
94%
JavaScript (ES6+)
React, Angular and Chrome Plugin
89%
Dart
Fultter Development
(For iOS and Android)
COURSE NOTES
Notes on Math 514: Numerical Analysis @ University of WisconsinMadison
Notes on Math 632: Introduction to Stochastic Processes @ University of WisconsinMadison
Notes on Math 240: Introduction to Discrete Mathematics @ University of WisconsinMadison
Notes on Math 521: Analysis I @ University of WisconsinMadison
Notes on Math 541: Modern Algebra @ University of WisconsinMadison
Notes on Math 375: Topics in MultiVariable Calculus and Linear Algebra @ University of WisconsinMadison
Notes on Linear Algebra at wanmen.org
Notes on Abstract Algebra at wanmen.org
Other notes taken before college.
TUTORIALS
Access the remote desktop of CS Lab computers
Detect common bugs using sanitizers
Analyze function execution time using CPU profiler
Connect CLion to the gdb server of xv6
Set up VSCode Live Share for code collaboration
Collaborative debugging for xv6 on Windows using VSCode
Debug and execute C remotely using CLion
Compile and run xv6 locally on Windows
Install CLion and set up file synchronization