Melody Nigam

Math (major), Computer Science (minor) (Alumnus)

Melody Nigam


Melody Nigam is an incoming sophomore undergrad studying math and computer science at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Her main focus is researching in the ways math, art, and computer science can come together and bring about new ideas. This past years her research was heavily focused on fractals such as the Mandelbrot set and Indra's Pearls. She is actively involved in Alpha Omega Epsilon- a women in engineering sorority- and working on building an electric longboard with IEEE. Currently, for the summer of 2022, she's researching at UTA in the Hybrid Atelier with a project focused on 3D Printed Ceramics, manipulating the software aspects of the product using GCode.


Reu Projects
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Clay 3D Printing
Hybrid Workflows Track