I’m Noam Youngerman - over the past few years, most of my time has been spent programming or studying physics.
Both of these domains are impossibly large, and though I have been programming for as long as I can remember, it is only in the past few years that I have really started to learn.
The result is that I know a small amount in a wide variety of topics.
I spent a period during 11th and 12th grades in a research internship at Eran Sharon’s physics lab in the Hebrew University. I learned an amazing amount and was rewarded for my efforts with a few prizes. I won first prize at the Intel-Israel Young Scientists Competition and the National Conference of Final Projects at Weizmann Institute, and got to participate in Intel ISEF and the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (that is, at the Nobel Prize ceremony). I also spent a bit over half of the following year working at Ubimo as a software engineer.