Hi! I'm Jason Math, a Computer Engineering student at the University of Texas at Austin.

About Me

I am an Electrical and Computer Engineering Major with a concentration in Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems at the University of Texas at Austin. I am proficient in C/C++, Verilog, Python, Java, and more. I am fascinated by the low-level processes of computers and the design and verification of computer processors.


I've worked on a variety of projects from assembly-level firmware to front-end software. Below I have included some of the highlights. Click on any image to learn more about what I've been up to!

Summer-long hackathon for students to build something useful during their quarantine. Organized events for and mentored over 300 attendees.

Embedded Systems class final project. Won 1st Place. Software and Firmware written in C++. Designed and implemented custom PCBs.

Contributed to the new Freetail Hackers website, built w/ NodeJS and Sass.

A quadcopter made with custom PCB design, firmware, and software made with friends during the summer of 2020.

Custom programming language interpreter built in Python as a fun winter break project. Implements lexical analysis and abstract syntax trees.

Discord bot built in Python for facilitating Virtual Hackathons. Used for HackTX 2020.

App built in React-Native and Python for HackTX 2019 to help with Airline Travel. Won 'Best use of Google API'.




Feel free to reach out for anything, I am always excited to meet new people!