Arinze Okeke is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 2017, he earned a bachelor of science in biological engineering and double minored in chemistry and mechanical engineering. During Arinze Okeke’s time at MIT, he completed several projects related to his field of study.
Among other initiatives, Mr. Okeke developed a chess engine and Sudoku solver complete with artificial intelligence and graphical user interface. He worked with the MIT Mobile Autonomous Systems Lab to design, prototype, and build an autonomous robot capable of completing navigation tasks. For his efforts, Arinze Okeke received the Oracle Award for Innovation and earned a first place finish in competition.