PRITVIK SINHADC

RESEARCH INTERN AT CERN | AFFILIATED RESEARCHER AT BEYOND: CENTER FOR FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS IN SCIENCE
YOUNGEST CO-AUTHOR OF ‘NASA ASTROBIOLOGY PRIMER 3.0’ | RISE: GLOBAL YOUTH TALENT FINALIST
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL FOR YOUNG PHYSICISTS (ISSYP), PERIMETER INSTITUTE FOR THEORRETICAL PHYSICS
ALUMNI OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY’S SUMMER SECONDARY PROGRAM (SSP), HARVARD SUMMER SCHOOL
WORLD SCIENCE SCHOLAR (WSS), AND MENTOR OF CURRENT WSS COHORT | WORLD’S YOUNGEST AUTHOR IN PALEONTOLOGY
CEO OF PAWS FOR THERAPY | UAE AMBASSADOR OF ORGAN DONATION
FUTURE STARS-ARABIAN ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNER

A conscientious, curious, and passionate researcher with a scientifically-driven creative mind, always eager to tackle critical problems via balanced, breakthrough solutions.
As a Year 13 student of Dubai College, I have undertaken rigorous challenges in both academics and research, achieving straight A*s and contributing to cutting-edge science by working on multiple projects as an Affiliated Researcher at the BEYOND: Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science, and as the youngest Co-Author of NASA’s Astrobiology Primer 3.0 to be published on astrobiologyprimer.org. I got to write Chapter 9 titled, How the origin of life on Earth can inform us about life as we don’t know it, to be published in Astrobiology journal.
Currently, a Research Intern at CERN, Geneva, I am working as part of the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) collaboration on the Gas Electron Multiplier (GEM) detectors—a new muon system in CMS at the Large Hadron Collider—to develop a new data acquisition system for one of the detector’s quality controls.
Having completed the highly prestigious and super-selective International Summer School for Young Physicists (ISSYP) program under the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics this summer, I have also taken one of Harvard University’s college credit courses titled, ‘Planets, Moons and Their Stars: The Search for Life in the Cosmos’ as part of Harvard’s Secondary School Program, etc.
A Rise: Global Youth Talent Finalist working on Climate Change as my ‘Big Idea’, with a project titled, ‘Network Theory models of mass extinctions’, I am also a World Science Scholar—under-18 exceptional mathematicians in the world—a first from the MENA region.
I also happen to be the world’s youngest author in paleontology having published my first book, When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth, at 7. Since then, I have authored a few more including, Planet Radioactive and Walking with Prehistoric Beasts.
A Future Stars-Arabian Achievement Award winner, Sharjah Book Authority’s Incredible Talent, TEDx speaker, Femina Middle East’s Young Achiever, British Science Association’s Young Science Ambassador, Emirates Environmental Group’s Crystal Trophy winner, I am also the Founder-CEO of PAWS for Therapy, and the UAE Ambassador of Organ Donation (declared by the UAE Prime Minister).
At Dubai College, I am the Founder-Head of STEM Talks Society, Founding President-Head of Paleontology Society, Co-Head of Math Puzzle Committee, Senior Leader of Math Society, Editor-in-Chief of ‘Hardwire’, Editor of ‘DC Quantum’ and ‘DConstructed’, and Member of Dubai Astronomy Group.
Today, at 7, I give lectures, conduct workshops and take classes on astrophysics, quantum mechanics, mathematics, prehistoric life, paleontology, sustainability, nuclear science, DNA mutations, limb and organ regeneration, etc.

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