Leo Lo is a senior at Jericho High School. Lo has conducted nano-optics research at Stony Brook University for 2 years, creating a computer simulation platform that could improve the accuracy of the state-of-the-art optical nano-imaging method. For his research, Lo participated in the 2018 ISEF (3rd place: Physics and Astronomy), was named a Finalist in the 2018 Regeneron Science Talent Search, and co-authored a paper published in the journal Applied Physics Letters. At Jericho High School, Lo co-founded the physics team, serves as co-president of the peer tutoring club and is flute section leader of both the symphonic and marching bands. He also volunteers as an editor for a local newspaper that translates news stories into Chinese for the Chinese American community. Leo Lo will be attending Columbia University this fall as a Rabi Scholar, planning to major in physics and exploring his interest in computer science and philosophy.