Michael Hashe
Michael Hashe
Height: 5-9
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Plano, Texas
High School: Texas Acad. of Math & Science

 

Honors
SCIAC All-Academic Team (2015-16)

2017-18

Cross Country

  • 15th on team at Riverside Invitational (32:40.1)
  • 15th on team at SCIAC Multi-Duals (31:58.65)
  • Pomona-Pitzer Invitational (30:26.09)

2016-17
Track & Field

  • 1500m: 4:35.79 at Oxy Distance Carnival Spring Break Classic
  • 3000m: 10:18.52 at Rossi Relays
  • 5000m: 17:46.87 at SCIAC Multi-Dual #3 (vs. CU, WC, ULV, PP at Pomona-Pitzer)
  • 10k: 36:10.54 at SCIAC Championships

Cross Country

  • 118th at SCIAC Championships (33:02.1)
  • 50th at Redlands Invite 6k (25:29)
  • 10th on team at Pomona-Pitzer Invite (32:33.40)
  • 12th on team at Mustang Challenge (33:53.31)

2015-16

Cross Country

  • 50th at Redlands Invite 6k (25:29)
  • 12th on team at Pomona-Pitzer Invite (33:53.31)

Track & Field

  • 1500m: 4:47.62 PLNU Invite
  • 3000m: 10:55.37 Caltech All-Comers
  • 5000m: 17:53.79 SCIAC Championships

Research and STEM activities
NASA Ames Internship...Developed and created an electrochemical flow cell for deposition of corrosion-resistant Ni-MMT coatings...A TAMS summer research scholar...Doris S. Perpall SURF Speaking Competition Semifinalist...Intel Science Talent Search Semifinalist...Barry M. Goldwater Honorable Mention.

Prior to Caltech
National Merit Scholar...Honorable Mention Goldwater Scholarship...Intel Science Talent Search semifinalist...A Presidential Scholar candidate...A National Merit Scholar...Named Prom King.

Personal
Son of Jeff and Donna...Has one younger brother, David...Has an amateur radio license...plays percussion.

In his own words: "Folding and Docking Proteins Using Amino Acid Co-evolution-based Machine Learning Methods Building a module for machine learning and heuristic filtering methods for contact predictions of protein-protein clusters. Work is contributing to a larger body of analysis on co-evolution based determination of 3-D complex structures. Research is closely related to prior work that has won my professor's colleagues several recent Nobel prizes.  TAMS Summer Research Scholarship - Design of a Novel Flow Cell for Electrodeposition of Corrosion-Resistant Dispersion Coatings Electrochemically deposited coatings have shown promise in increasing corrosion resistance in low oxygen conditions. Incorporation of clay platelets has been shown to improve certain beneficial properties in films. By flowing the electrolyte over the substrate, alignment of plates and reduction of grain size can be induced in the deposited films."