About the Ramen Club:
The Ramen Club is a small team of STEM and AI enthusiasts from the Bay Area, with local and remote teams, founded with the intention to increase community involvement, accessibility, and interest in STEM. We thrive to use their engineering skills to assist in solving pressing global inequalities, such as cognitive disabilities and blindness. We run both STEM workshops and do tech projects. Our most recent tech project is designing a glove which assists blind people in accessing their favorite internet programs, such as Gmail or Spotify.
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Viansa Schmulbach, President, Founder, and Mechanical Head
Viansa Schmulbach is a rising senior at Woodside Priory and a Stanford AI4ALL 2017 alum in Northern California.
Read more about Viansa Schmulbach Here.
Dimitri Saliba, Vice President and Systems Head
Dimitri Saliba is a rising senior at Woodside Priory and three-year member of Team 751.
Read more about Dimitri Saliba here.
Esha Umbarkar, Mechanical Head
Rising Junior at Woodside Priory who has been a part of robotics Team 751 for three years.
Read more about Esha Umbarkar here.
Catherine Lasernasa is a rising sophomore at Sierra Pacific in Central California.
Read more about Catherine here.
Christopher Campos is now a freshman in college attending community college in pursuit to transferring to a four year and getting a Computer Science degree.
Read more about Christopher here.
[FORMER] Matthew Cirimele, Website Manager and Software Head
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[FORMER] Ryan Schackel, Website Manager and Mechanical Head
Rising freshman at California Polytechnic State University and avid member of team 751 for over 4 years, former vice-captain and captain-elect of the Robotics team.
Read more about Ryan Schackel here.
[FORMER] Robert (Bobby) Youstra, Website Manager and Software Head
Rising Sophomore at Woodside Priory and one-year member of Team 751.
Read more about Bobby Youstra here.