Alex Toller
Alex is our Academic Coordinator, and has been an instructor at CyberMath since Summer 2019. He was the highest scorer at the 2014 Nevada MathCounts State competition, and a participant in the MATHCOUNTS National Competition that year. He scored in the top 2 percent on the AMC 12 with a 9 on the AIME, and finished in the top 500 of the Putnam Exam in 2019 and February 2021.

He has been writing problems for a local Nevada math competition (turned online) since 2016, and he was a problem writer for the Berkeley Math Tournament from 2019 to 2022. In 2022, he joined the MATHCOUNTS Question Writing Committee, to serve until Fall 2024. He is also a co-author of the book Proofs in Competition Math. He will soon graduate with a BA in Mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley.
Igor Ganichev
Dr. Ganichev is a member of Google Brain Team, working on TensorFlow. Dr. Ganichev holds a PhD from University of California, Berkeley and two Bachelor Degrees from MIT, one in Mathematics and one in Computer Science. Dr. Ganichev participated in the International Math Olympiads (IMO) during his high school years three times, and won a gold medal (2001) and two silver medals (2000, 2002).
Ibrahim Suat Evren
Ibrahim Suat studies math at MIT. He has a gold medal at the 2019 International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), a bronze medal at the 2019 International Balkan Mathematical Olympiad (BMO) and a gold medal at the 2016 International Junior Balkan Math Olympiads (JBMO). He also won several medals and awards in national competitions and participated in several math camps organized by TUBITAK. Ibrahim scored 800 on SAT Math Level-2 and 800 on SAT Physics. He has been coaching students for math olympiads since 2017. His hobbies include playing Diatonic Harmonica, tennis and ping pong. He is also interested in poetry literature.
Ioan Andrei Nicolae
Ioan studies math at Princeton University. He is an exceptional student who has a gold medal at the International Mathematical Olympiad in 2018 in Romania.
Katherine Liu
Katherine studies math at Harvard University. She participated in math competitions since she was in elementary school. She was on the Honor Roll for both the AMC 8 and the AMC 10, and she is a three-time AIME qualifier. She is also a silver medalist in the International Math Contest and a two-time finalist in the Math Prize for Girls Competition. She was also awarded multiple Gold Pins in the MOEMS contest. She was also selected to attend an educational program at Jane Street Capital's office in NYC.
Anna Blanchfield
Anna studies Chemical and Physical Biology at Harvard University. She is an IB Diploma recipient and received a score of 7 on both the Math SL exam and the Physics SL exam. She has always had a passion for math and she is very excited to share it with her students.
Alexander Jerome Sandberg
Alexander has a master’s degree in Nuclear Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), as well as a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Rutgers University, where he graduated summa cum laude. He has previously worked on the CMS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, and recently on the SPARC fusion reactor as well as the National Ignition Facility.

He has earned a number of awards in his higher education years, including the Rutgers Trustee Scholarship, Rutgers Academic Excellence Awards, as well as graduating with departmental honors in Physics. His main strengths lay in mathematics and its applications and computer modeling.
Daulet Askarov
Dr. Daulet Askarov is a software engineer at Google. Dr. Askarov holds a PhD and MSc degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and a B.S. in Applied Mathematics and Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. Dr. Askarov participated in the International Physics Olympiads (IPhO) during his high school years two times, and won a silver medal (2005) and an honorable mention (2004).
What Our Students
and Parents Say
Iowa, USA, Student
I loved it all! Maas is an amazing teacher who taught us lots and made this camp an amazing experience. He made the class fun and enjoyable while we still learned. I also love all the different people I met. Strangers to best friends!
Vermont, USA, Parent
No words can fully express my gratitude for the experience my son and daughter enjoyed with CyberMath Academy. They live in a small rural town with peers who often struggle academically, and they gained so much inspiration at your summer program
California, USA, Parent
I was surprised by the great communication about my student’s progress, the amount of material the group got through — most importantly, my son had a great time!