Khemarat Boonyapaluk

Khemarat, also known as March, is a Junior at Brown University. He is concentrating in Computer Science (Sc.B.) and Computer Engineering (A.B.) with a deep passion for computer systems, embedded systems, and electronics.

He was born and educated in Thailand, where he found great success in competitive programming. After winning over 30 programming competitions and placing top-5 in the national computer olympiad camp, the Royal Thai government grants him a full-ride scholarship for studying abroad in the US. He then moved to Northfield Mount Hermon School in 2017, and eventually to Brown University in 2018.

March has wrote embedded software for various projects, such as ventilators for COVID-19 patients, warehouse robots, and apartment package delivery robots. He is also a full-stack website developer, working with React, Node.js, and Electron. His past website included a photobook ordering system, this personal website, and much more.

In his free time, he is a maker and an electronic hobbyist, designing PCBs and building machines. Currently working at Brown Design Workshop as a monitor, he introduces students to rapid prototyping, digital fabrication, while overseeing the space.

For more details, check out resume and the list of past works