5th Year Computer Science student makes 'Top 30 Under 30' Tech list for second year running

NEWS / 30 May 2022

5th Year student, Ayush, has made it again to the Sunday Business Post's Connected 'Top 30 under 30' list of young tech people to watch! And this time Ayush was on the front cover - amazing!

[This post is from 2022. Read the blog about Ayush winning the Best Individual Project and Horizon Student Award at the 2023 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition.]

Ayush debuted last year as the Connected's youngest every entry and he still is at 17 years old.

In 2021, Ayush won the Stripe award for best software project at BT Young Scientist & Technology exhibition. He followed this up by winning the Irish Patents Office Intellectual Ventures award at the 2022 BT Young Scientist & Technology exhibition.

Ayush is continuing to work on new project ideas... so watch this space!

Ms O'Kelly

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