# Splash Biography

## HARI ANBARASU, ESP Teacher

Major: Computer Science

College/Employer: Yale

Not Available.

## Past Classes

(Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)

X3092: The Splash Wizard Tournament: A Harry Potter Trivia Contest in Splash Spring 18 (Apr. 07, 2018)
Stock up on powdered dragon claw so you can rule at this year's Splash Wizard Tournament (of Harry Potter Trivia)! Note that the most stringent anti-cheating charms have been applied to the contest. Auto-Answer Quills are banned from the hall, as are Remembralls, Detachable Cribbing Cuffs and Self-Correcting Ink. Note: if you're a second year Splash page (i.e. have taken this class at a previous Splash) the questions won't be new to you.

M2398: More than Equations in Splash TEST LOTTERY (Nov. 30, 2016)
Algebra is more than solving equations -- it's about making abstract observations in a rigorous way. We'll explore some basic ways that abstract algebra unifies numbers, geometry, and other aspects of math. By the end of the course, you will have a better understanding of what algebra really means to a mathematician.

S2399: Sports Science in Splash TEST LOTTERY (Nov. 30, 2016)
How fast does a goalkeeper have to dive to save a penalty? How quick does a batter have to react to hit the baseball? How fast does a quarterback throw the ball? In this fun class we'll take a look at the science and engineering (and physics) behind our favorite sports and answer all the above questions and more!

X2400: The Splash Wizard Tournament: A Harry Potter Trivia Contest in Splash TEST LOTTERY (Nov. 30, 2016)
Stock up on powdered dragon claw so you can rule at this year's Splash Wizard Tournament (of Harry Potter Trivia)! Note that the most stringent anti-cheating charms have been applied to the contest. Auto-Answer Quills are banned from the hall, as are Remembralls, Detachable Cribbing Cuffs and Self-Correcting Ink.

X2401: Gotta Catch 'Em All: 20 Years of Pokémon in Splash TEST LOTTERY (Nov. 30, 2016)
A look at the history of Pokémon, from Pokémon Red to Pokémon GO, and how things have changed in terms of battling, trading, and more!

X2292: Gotta Catch 'Em All: 20 Years of Pokémon in Splash Fall 16 (Nov. 05, 2016)
A look at the history of Pokémon, from Pokémon Red to Pokémon GO, and how things have changed in terms of battling, trading, and more!

X2293: The Splash Wizard Tournament: A Harry Potter Trivia Contest in Splash Fall 16 (Nov. 05, 2016)
Stock up on powdered dragon claw so you can rule at this year's Splash Wizard Tournament (of Harry Potter Trivia)! Note that the most stringent anti-cheating charms have been applied to the contest. Auto-Answer Quills are banned from the hall, as are Remembralls, Detachable Cribbing Cuffs and Self-Correcting Ink.

E1718: Sports Math in Sprout Fall 15 (Oct. 03 - 17, 2015)
The use of mathematics in sports is increasing at an exponential rate. Each game produces a wealth of data, but what exactly do the numbers tell us, and how can we use them to better understand our favorite players and teams? In this course, we'll take a look at some of the most pressing questions in sports. When should you go for it on 4th down? How much do different baseball stadiums affect performance? Is there such a thing as a "hot streak"? We'll analyze these questions and many more!

S1533: Sports Science in Splash Spring 15 (Apr. 04, 2015)
How fast does a goalkeeper have to dive to save a penalty? How quick does a batter have to react to hit the baseball? How fast does a quarterback throw the ball? In this fun class we'll take a look at the science and engineering (and physics) behind our favorite sports and answer all the above questions and more!

C1421: Exploring Einstein's Theories of Relativity in Sprout Spring 15 (Feb. 14 - 28, 2015)
This class will take everything you know about physics and turn it on its head! You'll be introduced to ideas of special and general relativity and learn about some of the paradoxes associated with them, including how the laws of conservation of mass and energy are actually lies and how time travel is actually possible!

M1316: More than Equations in Splash Fall 14 (Nov. 08, 2014)
Algebra is more than solving equations -- it's about making abstract observations in a rigorous way. We'll explore some basic ways that abstract algebra unifies numbers, geometry, and other aspects of math. By the end of the course, you will have a better understanding of what algebra really means to a mathematician.