Twelve-year-old Jeremy Shuler has been acknowledged at Cornell University making him the most youthful student ever to go to the prestigious foundation.
As indicated by the school's student of history Corey Earle, Cornell has had a 14-year-old freshman and an 18-year-old graduate yet none more youthful.
At Cornell, Jeremy is planning to major in applied and engineering physics with a minor in math. He will be taking physics in mechanics and special relativity, introduction to computing with MATLAB, multivariable analytics and either middle of the road Latin or a prologue to semantics contingent upon how well he does on his arrangement test.
As of now, Jeremy has been dealing with one of the algorithms used to encode signals in light of prime numbers. He thought of another code that uses a subset of prime numbers to make a less complex calculation that is possibly more secure.