The goal of our project is to develop software tools to collect localized data and enable monitoring the spread of disease in a small community on a daily basis. We aim to develop models based on collected and generated data and perform analysis on both large and small-scale networks.
We are a group of high school programmers who write applications and develop online software to help monitor the spread of disease. We use the Java programming language for our applications, and HTML for our online software.
Alik Gerovitch is a student at Natick High School. He primarily enjoys computer science and programming, and is part of his school's robotics team. In addition, he attends Russian literature class and plays piano.
Dyushka Gritsevskiy is a student at Lexington High School. He especially enjoys computer science and scientific research. Furthermore, he is fond of being with his friends, bicycling, hiking, and playing the piano.
Grishka Barboy is a student at Needham High School. Apart from scientific research he enjoys numerous other activities such as playing the piano, swimming, attending Russian class, unicycling, hiking, camping, and being with his friends.
Full-featured simulations with tons of parameters. User-friendly interface for easy navigation and setup. Efficient algorithms for quick simulation.
User-friendly online interface. Participation by real people around the world. Simulation in real time for immediate feedback and advice.
Programs with you wherever you go. Localized information at your fingertips. Easy, quick, and user-friendly system. Stay connected and safe from your hand.