About Me

My name is Alexander Amini. I am a PhD student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), researching in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) advised by Daniela Rus. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, with a minor in Applied Mathematics.
I have worked as a researcher in: I was named European Union Young Scientist of 2011 with my project entitled: Tennis Sensor Data Analysis: An Automated System for Macro Motion Refinement. I qualified for this competition by winning the top award at my national competition, as did 87 other competitors from 37 different countries from all around the world. I was also named the BT Young Scientist of Ireland in 2010. I grew up in New York, and then moved to Dublin, Ireland, where I attended Castleknock College, and then returned to the US in 2012.



Extensive coding experience in various languages on Linux, Windows, Android, ...

Data Mining

Research with focus on Data Mining, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, and Data Visualization.


Currently studying Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.