Neil Agarwal is a senior at UC Berkeley currently studying computer science. He plans on continuing on to graduate school once finished. During the summer of 2018, he researched methods to model and standardize the health of High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters and in the process, developed SaNSA, the Supercomputer and Node State Architecture, which provides a data-driven approach to resilience and fault tolerance analysis of supercomputers. His current research interests include computer security, networks, cryptography, and the Internet of Things. In his free time, he enjoys playing table tennis, wheel throwing, and watching TV.