I'm a rising junior at the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. I'm interested in machine learning research and computational biology.
"Sumanth Ratna and Raunak Daga, both students at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, created a website to make absentee voting easier. They got 750 voters ready to cast ballots."— Petula Dvorak, Columnist for The Washington Post
"Congratulations to the talented young people who competed in the Congressional App Challenge this year! VA-8's winners were Sumanth Ratna, Autin Mitra, Sagar Gupta, and Sahil Gupta of TJHSST, with "Politirate," which will be displayed in the US Capitol!"— Donald Beyer Jr., United States Representative (D-VA 8th District)
"A Fairfax County Public School 8th grader, Sumanth Ratna was named the state Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge winner. Sumanth was recognized for his “Allergen Tracker to Prevent Life-Threatening Allergic Reactions” project."— Dr. Willis W. Walter, Dean of the College of Education for Virginia State University
"Robert Greene, a recent graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School, and his former classmates, junior Raunak Daga, and sophomore Sumanth Ratna, along with the non-profit Vote Absentee Virginia, helped create and promote the new website eAbsentee.org to reach more eligible voters who might not cast a ballot due to hardship."— Adriel Hampton, Editor of the Organizer Sandbox