Hi, I’m Justin Philip Lubin! I love computer science, math, playing the piano, fencing, and crochet. Most of all though, I am passionate about education: not just learning great things for myself, but also teaching and sharing what I know with others.
I aspire to be a professor of computer science so that I will be able to combine two of my strongest passions: theoretical computer science and teaching—I am just as motivated and inspired by teaching others as I am by being on the cutting edge of research.
I just hope that one day I will be able to pay off the debt of gratitude that I have to all the wonderful people who have taught me in my life by passing on the knowledge that they have imparted to me to the next generation.
Some quick facts about me:
- I’ve loved programming ever since I was in seventh grade. My current favorite programming language is Elm, which is a joy to work with! I also really like Haskell, Python, and C; Haskell for its beauty, Python for its convenience, and C for its speed.
- My favorite classical music composers are Frédéric Chopin, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Sebastian Bach, Camille Saint-Saëns, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. My favorite piece is Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 32 in C Minor, Op. 111.
Thanks for stopping by!