Officer Bios

President – Katy Hildebrant (she/her)

“Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive.” – Elbert Hubbard

Katy Hildebrant
Katy Hildebrant is in the class of 2025 for Electrical Engineering.
She has been on Co-op with Rieck Services and is currently on Co-op with Huntington Ingalls Industries.
She loves to learn new things, read, listen to music, and be outside.
You can usually find her working on homework in the IEEE office in the evenings!
A fun fact about Katy is that she has a twin sister.

She would love to help you out with:
  • C#
  • OrCAD
  • AutoCAD
  • Circuit analysis
  • Soldering

Vice President – Arnav Komaragiri (he/him)

“When you’re going to change the world, don’t ask for permission” – Viktor

Arnav Komaragiri
Arnav Komaragiri is in the class of 2024 for Computer Science.
He has been on and is currently with Kinetic Vision for Co-op.
He is an enthusiastic student focusing on Deep Learning.
He also enjoys spending times with friends and playing video games.
Some of his hobbies include E-Sports and enjoying the outdoors.

He would love to help you out with:
  • Python
  • Numpy
  • PyTorch, Tensorflow, SKLearn
  • Deep Learning
  • Synthetic Data

But he is also comfortable if you ask about:
  • C++
  • Computer Vision
  • Data Structures and Algorithms

Treasurer – Greg Muha (he/him)


“If everything you try works, you aren’t trying hard enough” – Gordon Moore

Greg Muha
Greg Muha is in the class of 2024 for ACCEND Electrical Engineering.
He has been on Co-ops with UC MIND Lab and the NASA Glenn Research Center.
Greg loves learning everything there is about computing technology, from traditional semiconductors to neuromorphic and quantum computing.
The IEEE Spectrum magazine was the spark of his journey into the world of technology and ignited his interest to become and electrical engineer and pursue research.
Greg is a member of UC’s running club, and always looks for a place to run or bike wherever he goes.

He would love to help you out with:
  • Electronic Design Automation
  • Microelectronic Fabrication and Testing
  • Python
  • C++

Meetings Chair – Cat Luong (he/him)


“Where there’s life there’s hope” – LOTR, J.R.R. Tolkien

Cat Luong
Cat Luong is in the class of 2025 for Computer Science and is pursuing a minor in Mathematics.
He has been on Co-op with Digital Scholarship Center.
He is a zealous student, who’s interested in Machine Learning and Data Science.
He loves meeting and talking to new people, and learning more about their experience and backgrounds.
In his free time, he enjoys watching movies (sci-fi and fantasy), listening to music, or doing some outdoor activities.

He would love to help you out with:
  • Python
  • JavaScript
  • C++
  • GitHub
  • Data Structures
  • Linear Algebra
  • Basic Computer Architecture

Special Events Chair – Quan Le (he/him)


“Always be yourself. At the end of the day, that’s all you’ve really got; when you strip everything down, that’s all you’ve got, so always be yourself”

Quan Le
Quan Le is in the class of 2025 for Computer Science.
He loves taking time to learn more about this world and find a work-life balance without work.
He loves anime, novel and reading books.

He would love to help you out with:
  • Javascript
  • React

Outreach Chair – Elaine Mansour (she/her)

Elaine Mansour
Elaine Mansour is in the class of 2026 for Computer Engineering.
She is currently on Co-op with Northrop Grumman and has been on Co-op with IS4S.
She is currently striving to acquire the technical skills and proficiencies needed to pursue a career in the technology industry.
She is interested in graphic design and digital art.

She would love to help you out with:
  • Python
  • Java
  • C++

WebMaster – Jaran Chao (he/him)

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“Every mistake is a lesson” – Wukong

Jaran Chao
Jaran Chao is in the class of 2025 for Computer Science and is pursuing a minor in Mathematics.
He has been with AWS @ Amazon for Co-op.
He loves talking about Compiler Development, Programming Language Theory, Numerical Programming and Optimization.
You can find him in either Rhodes 801 or the IEEE office working on personal projects or playing video games like League of Legends or Valorant.

He would love to talk to you about:
  • Different Programming Languages
  • Programming Language and Compiler Theory and development
  • Numerical and Scientific Computing

He would love to help you out with:
  • Kotlin
  • Rust
  • C++
  • Python
  • Java
  • Computer Vision
  • Numerial Methods

Editor-in-Chief of the EECS Magazine – Natalia Lui (she/her)


“As someone who went to college, I know that you can’t lose what you never had. But you can go into debt.” -Technoblade

Natalia Lui
Natalia Lui is in the class of 2025 for English and Rhetoric & Professional Writing.
She is a pretty recent computer-engineer-turned-english-major that has a love of reading small print.
(No seriously, if you give her a privacy policy notice she’ll read it and provide criticism)
She is always down to chill and chat, whenever, wherever.
A fun fact about her is that she collects cards for the Pokémon TCG but can’t participate because of too many ineligible cards in her decks.