I'm Harrison Bachrach

Make your own flower!

I making the web

  • engaging
  • accessible
  • attractive
  • friendly

That passion extends into nearly everything I do. Whether it's making educational notes freely available online, or creating games to bring people together, I spend my time trying to make people's lives better—in ways both big and small.

A little about me

  • Grew up in Westlake Village, CA
  • Dual US and German citizen (+EU)
  • Faithful Vim user

My knowledge so far

  • Attending UC Berkeley (graduating in May 2017)
  • Studying Engineering Physics
  • Experienced with:
    • Python
    • Javascript
    • Git
    • LaTeX
    • C
    • C#
    • HTML5
    • CSS3
    • Sass
    • Pug/Jade
    • Adobe Photoshop
    • Adobe Illustrator
    • NumPy & SciPy
    • Vim
    • Unity3D
    • Matlab
    • TikZ

A few projects

flower

Want to show someone that you care? Make them a flower. [Paper.js]

DISEF

When a snake has two heads, they've got to work together to survive . Play DISEF alone or with a friend and attempt to synchronize hands and minds. [Unity3D, C#]

Math 121A Notes

After taking "Mathematical Tools for Scientists & Engineers," I decided to compile a set of notes for the course. The project has expanded into a condensed guide to Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Complex Analysis, & Harmonic Analysis—complete with custom diagrams! [LaTeX, TikZ]

Previous experience

Freelance Designer & Illustrator

I've been designing logos, T-shirts, posters, and websites for as long as I can remember. Check out my complete portfolio.

Los Alamos National Lab

I spent a summer simulating and analyzing exploding stars, also known as supernovae, exploring the impact of initial angular variation. Simulations were done with smoothed particle hydrodynamics codes. [C, Python, LaTeX]

CFD Lab @ UC Berkeley

Using the spectral method, I wrote a Navier-Stokes solver to simulate fluid flow in 3D periodic systems. [Python, LaTeX]