Mikail Khan

mikail [at] mikail-khan [dot] com


  • Java, Python, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Linux, Git
  • Flask, Golang, Rust, Artificial Intelligence, Test Driven Development, REST API Development, C
  • TypeScript, ReactJS, ExpressJS, C++, C#, Haskell, PyTorch, AWS, SQL, Numpy, Django, Android Development
  • Java, Python, JavaScript
  • Golang, Rust, C
  • TypeScript, C++, C#, Haskell
  • Java, Python, JavaScript
  • TypeScript, C++, C#
  • JavaScript, HTML, CSS
  • Flask, Golang, REST API Development
  • TypeScript, ReactJS, ExpressJS, AWS, SQL, Django


  • Co-founder, Krypton Tutors(2020-Present)

  • Organized an online platform which connects tutors with students. I was encouraged by the demand for Middle and High School Students to have the opportunity to be taught by tutors who offer fresh and practical perspectives of current topics not offered by traditional tutoring business and tutors.
  • Manage technical aspects of marketing, and development of our website.
  • Interview students, parents, and tutors to identify needs and design curriculum.
  • Tutor AP Computer Science, Competition Math, and English.
  • Founder, SIMple Physics(2019-Present)

  • Architected and developed a set of physics simulators designed to help teach physics. Each simulator helps teachers teach concepts intuitively and conduct educational labs without expensive equipment.
  • Written in Rust using extensive Linear Algebra and Differential Equations.
  • Software Engineer, Indy Autonomous Challenge Research(2020-Present)

  • Working with a team of students from the undergraduate to PhD level to design a self driving car that will avoid obstacles and overtake other cars at high speeds.
  • Primarily write software, including simulator work along with convolutional and recurrent neural networks using Python and PyTorch.
  • President, Assistive Technology Club(2016-2020)

  • Collaborated to create products to help special ed children. Skills used include HTML/CSS/JavaScript, Arduino, and C++.
  • Organized meetings, recruited members, and worked with Fairfax County Public School officials and special ed teachers.


  • MIT Beaver Works Cog*Works(2019)

  • MIT summer program requiring an eight week long online class admission process
  • Advanced machine learning including audio recognition, image classification, and natural language processing, primarily in Python.
  • 4 weeks, 160+ hours of in class lecture and hands-on projects.
  • Relevant Coursework

  • Past: AP Computer Science A + Datastructures, Web + Mobile App Development, Artificial Intelligence, Multivariable Calculus, Analog + Digital Electronics
  • Fall: Statistics for Undergraduates, Physics 172 Mechanics
  • Spring: Programming I, Discrete Math