Nanami Kimoto

  • Data Science Fellow

    Nanami Kimoto is a 4th year undergraduate student in Computer Science at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She will be entering the graduate program for Computer Science in fall 2021. She has been a mentor at the Center on Disability studies since November 2018,  mentoring middle school students in computer science and mathematics related topics. She has experience in programming, computer hardware, teaching, proposal writing, student congress and club leadership, and team-based projects.

    She is currently a fellow at the Hawaii Data Science Institute working on an HPC cluster for the Experimental Medicine Laboratory with Dr. Stokes, as well as chemical modeling and database management.

    Research Interests:

    Quantum computing, Machine learning and deep learning, IOT (Internet of Things), Medical technology, and robotics.