I'm Kiran Bhattaram, a senior at MIT EECS. I'm from Chennai and the SF Bay Area, and currently live in Boston.
I'm a full stack developer, with experience working from databases to interaction design. I'm finishing up an EECS degree at MIT this year.
More info on my resumé.
Building a code review community around code review in programming classes at MIT. We hope to bring in MIT alumni, students, and industry mentors interested in programming, so this system will provide a means to match them with work they are interested in.
Interactive News and Technology Department.
Worked on a team of 6 interactive graphics staff at the Tech for the paper's special issue on pressure and stress at MIT. I helped clean and analyze data from around 3200 survey respondents. I also worked on a graphic that explores what students report as their single most stressful class at MIT.
Working with a team of 5 within the technology department to rewrite and redesign the Tech's online presence. In addition to other pieces, I'm responsible for making the website responsive.
Work from classes and side projects, mostly done in teams.
API mashing for the election year. Integrates information from multiple APIs into an infographic-like view of every senator.
Visualization-based last.fm data exploration. Currently in progress.
Projects to keep me sane.
Patterned, fit, and sewn completely by me. Created over the course of 4 weeks.
In days gone past, I studied analog electronics. My final project for 6.101 (Analog Design Laboratory) was a modular fully analog synth, developed with another student.