I am Havish Netla, a junior in high school who specializes in machine learning, full stack development, image processing, and robotics.

Technical Skills

Javascript

Node.js

Java

Python

Kotlin

React

React Native

Rust

Tensorflow

Machine Learning

Express

OpenCV

Robotics

UI/UX

Systems Engineering

iOS Development

Android Development

Organizations

Delta V

AI/ML Programmer at the East Coast's best highschool hackathon team

MDHacks

Founder & Director at Marylands largest high school run hackathon

MRHS CS Club

Founder & President of the first ever CS Club at MRHS

Projects

TooLegalDidntRead

May 2020

Medal1st Place
hths.hacks() 2020

TooLegalDidntRead is a transformative and groundbreaking app to solve the growing problem of long and complex legally binding documents by using NLP and keyword extraction to create a shortened version of a legal document that outlines your rights, as well as your legal limitations. This makes sure the company can not make you agree to anything you didn’t want to agree to. The software also analyzes US Federal law, Case Law, and State law to find relevant law that applies to your terms of service

Javascript

Node.js

Python

React

Rust

Tensorflow

Machine Learning

Express

UI/UX

Systems Engineering

Supply Smart

April 2020

Medal1st Place of 140 University Teams
HooHacks 2020
Finance Track

Deep learning natural language processing based supply and demand analysis and prediction of essential items displayed on a personalized and intuitive web application

Javascript

Node.js

Python

React

Rust

Tensorflow

Machine Learning

Express

UI/UX

Systems Engineering

InfernoAI

October 2019

Medal1st Place
Space Apps 2019 Washington DC
MedalPeoples Choice Award
Space Apps 2019 Washington DC
MedalGlobal Nominee
Space Apps 2019

Machine Learning wildfire prediction platform that leverages NASA Satellite data and humidity data to predict possible future wildfires. The software allows users to monitor locations and alerts the user when there is a high risk of a wildfire.

Javascript

Node.js

Python

React

Rust

Tensorflow

Machine Learning

Express

UI/UX

Systems Engineering

InsightAI

September 2019

MedalTop 10 out of 240 college level teams
PennApps 2019
MedalBest hack that helped the community
CBRE Group

Deep learning live object and depth recognition with binaural AR audio spatialization and text-to-speech to help the visually impaired see the world with sound using only a smartphone and headphones

Javascript

Node.js

React

Tensorflow

Machine Learning

Express

UI/UX

News451

March 2019

Medal1st Place
6th Baltimore Hackathon
Civic Track

News 451 is a minimalistic web application that allows users to see the recent news without clutter or ads. Users can gauge reliability and bias of their news using a custom trained machine learning model.

Javascript

Node.js

React

Python

Tensorflow

Machine Learning

Express

UI/UX

Rocket Launch

October 2018

Medal2nd Place
Space Apps Baltimore
Global Nominee

Rocket Launch is an intuitive web application that allows the user plan seeing rocket launches. The software displays future rocket launch data, international launch sites, and atmospheric conditions.

Javascript

Node.js

React

Express

UI/UX

FIRST Tech Challenge

September 2016 - Present

World Standing: 6th out of 6800+

The FIRST Tech Challenge is a highschool robotics competition where every season teams are tasked with building and programming a robot that competes in that years game, teams go through multiple levels of competition and particpate in judging. On my team, I was the Software Lead, driver of the robot, and a key part of Judging. After I graduated, I continue to give back to the community by volunteering at competitions.

Skystone

2019-2020

Medal1st Place
Maryland State Championship
Record of 5-0-0
Medal1st Place
Virginia State Championship
Record of 5-0-0
Medal1st Place
Think Award
Documentation Award
Virginia State Championship
Medal2nd Place
Inspire Award
Overall Performance Award
Maryland State Championship
Medal1st Place
Think Award
Documentation Award
Maryland State Championship
MedalFinalist
Design Award
Robot Design Award
Maryland State Championship

In SkyStone, the goal of the game is to deliver rectangular prism stones from a depot area into a foundation area. At the foundation the Robot must stack the stones as high as it can and at the end of the match the Robot must move the foundation out of the building area and place a special stone on the very top, to accomplish this we used dual cage ball bearing linear slides for our stacking system, and a dual side quad compliant wheel intake to intake the stones.

This was my first year using Kotlin and Java simultaneously to program the robot. Additionally this year I utilized advanced odometry and path following techniques that allowed us to create one of the best autonomous programs in the state of Maryland and Virgina.

My team had great success this year coming 1st in the Maryland Championship and 1st at the Virigina State Championship and advanced to the World Championship in Detroit. Unfortunately the World Championship was canceled due to COVID-19

Java

Kotlin

OpenCV

Robotics

Systems Engineering

Android Development

Rover Ruckus

2018-2019

Medal2nd Place
World Championship
MedalFinalist
Think Award
Documentation Award
World Championship
Medal1st Place
Maryland State Championship
Record of 4-1-0
Medal2nd Place
Inspire Award
Overall Performance Award
Maryland State Championship
Medal1st Place
Think Award
Documentation Award
Maryland State Championship
MedalFinalist
Innovate Award
Innovation Award
Maryland State Championship
MedalFinalist
Design Award
Robot Design Award
Maryland State Championship
MedalFinalist
Control Award
Software Award
Maryland State Championship

In Relic Recovery, the goal was to score 4in by 4in cubes into a structure in certain patterns, at the very end of the match the robot must pick up a relic and extend it 5 feet outside of the field. To do this we created a dual chain lift that was able to score two cubes at the time, the limit according to the rules, and a linear slide extension for the relic. Using Java and advanced object oriented design we were able to control the dozens of DC Motors and sensors. By the end of the season we had the best autonomous in the World.

My team had great success this year coming 1st in the Maryland Championship and advanced to the World Championship in Detroit. At the World Championship we went 8-1 in qualification matches and won our divison, and placed 2nd in the world.

Java

OpenCV

Robotics

Systems Engineering

Android Development

Relic Recovery

2017-2018

Medal 2nd Place
World Championship
Record of 8-1-0
Medal2nd Place
Think Award
Documentation Award
World Championship
MedalSemifinalist
East Super Regionals
Medal3rd Place
Design Award
Award for Robot Design
East Super Regionals
Medal1st Place
Maryland State Championship
Record of 4-1-0
Medal1st Place
Inspire Award
Overall Performance Award
Maryland State Championship
Medal2nd Place
Think Award
Documentation Award
Maryland State Championship
Medal2nd Place
Connect Award
Third Highest Award
Maryland State Championship

In Relic Recovery, the goal was to score 4in by 4in cubes into a structure in certain patterns, at the very end of the match the robot must pick up a relic and extend it 5 feet outside of the field. To do this we created a dual chain lift that was able to score two cubes at a time, the limit according to the rules, and a linear slide extension for the relic. Using Java and advanced object oriented design we were able to control the dozens of DC Motors and sensors. By the end of the season we had the best autonomous in the World.

My team had great success this year coming 1st in the Maryland Championship and advanced to the World Championship in Detroit. At the World Championship we went 8-1 in qualification matches and won our divison, and placed 2nd in the world.

Java

OpenCV

Robotics

Systems Engineering

Android Development

Velocity Vortex

2017-2018

Medal2nd Place
World Championship
Record of 8-1-0
MedalSemi Finalist
East Super Regional Tesla Division
Record of 8-1-0
Medal2nd Place
Delaware State Championship
Medal2nd Place
Maryland State Championship
Record of 4-1-0

I was in 7th grade when I started participating in the FIRST Tech Challenge RObotics Competition, and my first game was Velocity Vortex. The goal of Velocity Vortex was to shoot 3 inch wiffle balls 4 feet into the air, and into a "vortex" structure. To do this we created a dual flywheel system that utilized a perfectly shaped arc to launch the ball 4 feet in the air. Using Java and an on board Android phone we control the dozens of DC Motors and sensors on the robot to do autonomous tasks and compete in the tele-op controlled period.

My team had great success this year coming 2nd in both the Delaware State Championship, and Maryland Championship. After we went to the East Super Regionals were we were a semi-finalist and advanced to the World Championship in St. Louis. At the World Championship we went 8-1 in qualification matches and won our divison, and placed 2nd in the world.

Java

OpenCV

Robotics

Systems Engineering

Android Development