Maha Alrashed

Maha Alrashed is a junior KGSP gifted student studying Computer Science at Boston University. Her passion in technology started after conducting research on map coloring algorithms at SRSI, a specialized research program at KAUST, in the Computer Science field. She published her research at the EdMedia conference at Washington DC in 2017, titled "Interactively Exploring Graph Coloring Algorithms in a Bilingual Web Platform with Gamification." Maha continued to do further research at KAUST's CCES labs, the University of Washington's Personal Robotics lab, and at the University of Irvine. She is a proud  ISEF'17 finalist, a 4th place winner at the national Olympiad of creativity (Ibdaa), and a winner of the Intel special award of excellence in Computer Science. Her main focus is applying technology for good through working with non-profits at Hack4Impact, applying technology in education, and youth outreach. In her free time, she enjoys writing and digital art. 

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Innovation Resilience Ambition Diligence Aspiration Hope, IRADAH, is a nonprofit organization created by Saudi students who are talented in research and technology innovations. The organization is created to help pre-college high school students to unlock their full potential in research assimilation. This organization consists of consultants who act like mentors to guide students in their specialized fields based on their educational background.

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