About Me

I have been interested in computer science since I was six years old, and have built up an unmatched passion for the field. I have extensive experience in software development and research from internships, projects, and competitions. I am currently a full-time student at the Georgia Institute of Technology's College of Computing as a computer science major with a focus in system architecture and theory, and am working part-time as a Student Research Assistant at the Georgia Tech Research Institute.

Contact Details

Micah Halter
Atlanta, GA
(704) 490-9840


Georgia Institute of Technology

B.S. Computer Science Fall 2015 - anticipating graduation in Spring 2019

  • I was included in the Dean's List in the following semesters: Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016.
  • I have taken classes such as Operating System Design, Compilers, and more.

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

B.S. Computer Science Fall 2017

  • I studied abroad in Hong Kong for the Fall semester of 2017.
  • I traveled around Japan and China to experience and learn about other cultures.
  • I have taken Operating Systems, Algorithm Design, and Number Theory.

North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

High School Diploma Fall 2013 - Spring 2015

  • I have taken AP Computer Science I & II, Advanced Programming, Data Structures, and more.
  • I received the annual computer science department award of academic achievement.


Georgia Tech Research Institute

Student Research Assistant August 2017 - Present

  • I have been developing and researching a new data model for handling and analyzing sonar data.
  • I have developed, deployed, and manage a web application hosting this new data model.

The Boeing Company

System Architect Intern May 2017 - August 2017

  • I developed a security auditing tool suite for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 using Bash.
  • I helped with the developed a web-based data visualization tool using HTML5, C#, and SQL Server.
  • I developed several perl scripts as needed by team members.

Georgia Tech Research Institute

Student Research Assistant August 2016 - May 2017

  • I researched and implemented a crime forecasting system using Python and PostgreSQL.
  • I worked on the development of a wearable technology based 911 communication assistance tool.

The Boeing Company

IT Intern May 2016 - August 2016

  • I documented and executed an upgrade plan for the company's identity management servers.
  • I developed an Outlook-integrated conference room mapping tool.
  • I designed and began development of a web-based Kanban board tool.
  • I developed an in-house analytics tool to manage which types of employees are accessing certain sites.

Georgia Tech Research Institute

Student Research Assistant January 2016 - April 2016

  • I worked on the development of a parallel, distributed stream processing library using functional programming in Scala.

North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Teaching Assistant August 2014 - June 2015

  • I tutored students who needed help in the AP Computer Science I and II classes.
  • I assisted the computer science professors with anything they needed, such as looking over assessments before they were given.

North Carolina State University College of Textiles

Research Intern June 2014 - July 2014

  • I participated in an engineering research internship at North Carolina State University's College of Textiles under the Advanced Self-Powered Systems of Integrated Sensors and Technologies (ASSIST) Program. The ASSIST Program conducts research on wearable technology that harvests energy from the human body instead of a battery or other source of electricity.
  • The company Porticos came to the ASSIST program at NC State looking for a few students to conduct some research on their new product the Porticool. The Porticool is a cooling vest that regulates the body temperature of people who work in environments of high temperatures. The company wanted us to look into integrating a self-powered electronic system into the vest that could potentially power various sensors. We used thermoelectric generators to create a current from the temperature difference between the vest and the body.
  • We looked into what sensors we could possibly power, along with what sensors we would want to power. We wanted to integrate different sensors into the vest depending on the desired use of the vest. In a situation like a fire fighter, we may include sensors like a heart rate monitor, air quality sensor, and some sort of indoor location mechanism. These sensors would be working together to make the firefighter's job safer, ensure their safety, and regulate their body temperature in the harsh environment.


This is a current and up-to-date list of all of the computer languages that I know and am comfortable programming in proficiently.

  • C/C++
  • Java
  • Python
  • C#
  • Scala
  • HTML5/CSS3
  • Javascript
  • LaTeX