At age 16, Nathan Thomas has completed a stellar undergraduate career.
This spring, Thomas graduated with a bachelor’s in electrical engineering and was named Outstanding Undergraduate in Electrical Engineering at FIU for Spring 2021. He will continue his studies at FIU this summer in pursuit of a master’s and Ph.D.
“Applied physics is my passion,” he says, which includes artificial intelligence, big data programming and visualization.
An engaged student on campus, Thomas was also enrolled at FIU’s Honors College and was a learning assistant in an engineering economy class. In the summer of 2018, he completed an apprenticeship at the Canopius Syndicate in Lloyds of London, where he shadowed underwriters in the Marine Hull, Cargo, Liability and Energy Insurance departments and wrote reports to assist the underwriters. Thomas also was a panel speaker for Miami Dade College’s Idea Center at the eMerge Americas technological conference where he spoke about his experience in a cutting-edge blockchain and cryptocurrency class.
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