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Wanying He (Yetta)

Yetta is a recent graduate from Duke, majoring in Data Science, and currently a Schwarzman Scholar. She interned as a Deep Learning Engineer at multiple companies and research institutes, focusing on zero-shot learning with common sense knowledge-graphs (ZSL-KG) in NLP. She's excited about bringing complex deep learning systems on-chain!

Virat Talwar

Virat is a rising senior at Harvard College studying Computer Science with a Secondary in Philosophy. He is the co-founder and current co-president of Harvard Blockchain, an undergraduate web3/blockchain student club, and was the key organizer for HBC2022, the largest university-wide blockchain conference hosted by blockchain-focused organizations. Although he has more experience as an investor, he's excited about building in web3 and the opportunity to build on StarkNet.


Giwook Han

Giwook graduated with a degree in Computer Science in South Korea and is a Manufacturing Execution Systems developer and graph database engineer. He is fascinated by the concept of web3.0 and plans to make a new start as a web3.0 StarkNet developer. Having always strived to improve himself as a software engineer, he is incredibly eager to take part in StarkNet House! 

Yeon Joon Jung

Yeon Joon is a "Korean Saigonese" who lives in the U.S. studying Computer Science at University of Washington. He is also a technology enthusiast who constantly wishes to explore new things, and he loves meeting new people and exchanging stories about his life and interesting background with them.


Namra Patel

With a degree in Computer Science from Western University, Namra has worked on a variety of projects, namely Nethermind, the Ethereum Foundation, and Lattice, researching virtual machine architecture for provable computing. He is eager to get started as a StarkNet fellow!

Philip Park

Philip is a recent graduate from The Lawrenceville School, a boarding school in New Jersey, and will be attending Yale University in the fall. He has previously worked for DoorLabs as a media correspondent and is the founder of the Harkness International Program, an educational community service initiative that has brought the Harkness discussion pedagogy to schools in South Korea, India, and New Jersey. Though he does not have much experience with computer science, he is excited to learn all about it while also discovering intersections with his other interests in education, history, and economics.


Yiran Shu

Yiran Shu is an architectural designer. She was first introduced to web 3.0 through the lens of creative art. As co-founder of MonsterSea, a digital asset designer DAO, she has worked on a project for Axie in Decentraland. She recently translated Henri’s StarkNet 101 tutorial into Chinese, targeting Mandarin-speaking developers. Now she is eager to learn more about Starknet and its integration with her passion for multidisciplinary art and design.

Phurinut Rungrojkitiyos (GEO)

Phurinut (GEO), an incoming freshman at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University from Thailand, is a person who enjoys exploring how to convert theoretical ideas, especially in terms of computer theories, into innovations that solve problems in the real world. During high school, he got some beginner-level experience with blockchain from the school and a competition called the International Blockchain Olympiad, in which he was selected to represent his own country in the international round. Since then, he has always looked forward to going deeper and deeper into this rabbit hole (Blockchain).

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