Bryan Christopher Bemley is a 16 year-old senior that attends Archbishop Carroll High School. Bryan has been using computers since the age of 4 years. Since then, he has had a great fascination with computers and computing. In grades four through six, Bryan began learning the basic fundamentals of the programming language C.
In the seventh grade he continued to learn C and also began learning HTML. Bryan has presented at numerous local, national, and international conferences with projects associated with the field of Computer Science. Some of these conferences include the National Technical Association (NTA), Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA), World Multi-Conference On Systemics Cybernetics, and Informatics (SCI), the District Of Columbia Computer Science Conference (DCCSC), and the International Joint Conference On Neural Networks.
At these conferences, Bryan has presented papers on topics such as Artificial Life and Genetic Algorithms, Solving The Traveling Salesman Problem, Smart Toys, and Solving The Touch Sensor Problem Using Lego Mindstorms. Currently, Bryan is doing research on Robotics, web design, 3D art and animation, C and C++ programming and music production.
Some of his future goals are to start a video game/multimedia company, start a record label, and develop computer applications that can better the use of computers for everyday life.