About Us

We are a group of experienced educators who are enthusiastic about teaching youth STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading & Writing, Engineering, Art and Math).

Our Mission
inGenius seeks to inspire and empower the next generation of leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math by:

  • offering the highest-quality education and learning environment
  • promoting innovation and facilitate immersive learning experiences
  • advocating leadership, teamwork and critical thinking skills throughout all the curricular activities

We nurture technology-infused experiences that take our students beyond simple application of tools to creative experimentation and innovation in an immersive learning environment.

Our Mentors

Dr. Brian Dean

Dr. Dean received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in computer science from MIT. His research interests are quite broad, encompassing most of algorithmic computer science and its applications. Dr. Dean is also interested in computer science education, particularly at the high-school level. He currently directs the Applied Algorithms Group in the School of Computing at Clemson. His research was most recently supported by an NSF CAREER award. He also directs an NSF-funded research experiences for undergraduates (REU) program in data-intensive computing.
Dr. Dean is the director of the USA Computing Olympiad, a program that contributes to computer science education at the high-school level via algorithmic programming competitions and on-line training materials. Each summer the USACO invites the top two dozen high-school students in the country to an intensive summer “training camp” at Clemson University, from which a team of 4 is selected to represent the USA at the International Olympiad in Informatics, the most prestigious international algorithmic programming contest at the high-school level.
USACO website: www.usaco.org

Dr. Sheldon Lou

SheldonDr. Lou graduated from the Electronics Department at Qinghua University and later obtained his M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was a research scientist at the EECS Department, MIT and later taught at Faculty of Management, University of Toronto. He joined the College of Business Administration, California State University San Marcos in 1993.
Before he came to MIT, Dr. Lou had worked for a number of years in the electronics industry. After obtaining his Ph.D., as principal investigator, he has had extensive consulting and research experience with industry and government agencies, such as NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada),URIF (University Research Incentive Fund), Digital Equipment Corporation, Nortel, Ontario Hydro, Sears and others.
He has published more than 50 papers in major refereed journals and conference proceedings, more than 30 papers in international conferences and given lectures/seminars at major universities, including Harvard, MIT, Columbia, UC Berkeley, University of Waterloo, McMaster University as well as universities and research institutions in Japan, France, Germany, Switzerland, Finland, Austria, Russia, Hong Kong, and China.

Dr. Yi Sun

Dr. Yi Sun received his PhD. degree from University of Florida in Decision Information Science. Some of his teaching and research areas included programming, optimization, project management and entrepreneurship. He published more than twenty journal articles and conference proceedings. He has more than a decade of experience in teaching information technology at undergraduate and graduate level at California State University San Marcos.
Dr. Sun currently serves as the chair of Budget and Long-range Planning Committee at CSUSM and the faculty coordinator of Cybersecurity Master Program at CSUSM. He previously served as the chair of Management Department, the chair of Management Information Systems Department, the chair of University Curriculum Committee.

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