Naasa Ahmad Fikri

Computer Engineering and Mathematics, Missouri University

Naasa had experienced social difficulties when she first set foot in the United States. However, he tried to brush aside all negative thoughts and try to socialize until now he has a solid team. Naasa has a competitive spirit and does not want to be left behind compared to other friends, for which she continues to develop herself.

Not only in class, studying at the University of Missouri gave him the opportunity to do various activities. The non-academic organization Hydrogen Car Team, is one of the activities that has been followed since he was in the first grade at the University of Missouri. In his first year as a member, Naasa was appointed as Head of Electric. Together with the Tigergen team from the University of Missouri, Naasa took part in the 2013 Shell Eco-Marathon America competition and the hydrogen car designed by the Tigergen team named “Tigergen III” won third place in the Urban Concept Hydrogen category and was awarded “Best Team Spirit”.

For Naasa, developing yourself means not hesitate to try new things and pursue interests, and practice constantly. Therefore, the man who had worked in PT Merck in the IT department involved himself in working on something new, namely working on a program with a database for the Computerized Maintenance Management System. Later, Naasa wants to be a Design Engineer, according to his interest in designing electronic circuits.

Angga Khoirul Imam

Angga is a student with strong character, smart and creative – born in a small town in East Java, district of Talok-Turen, Malang. It never occurred to him to further his studies in university, more so to study in the US.

Evi Susilowati

Evi comes from a simple family in Madiun, East Java. She is the eldest of a member of the Police Force and a housewife. Prior to attending Sampoerna Academy, Evi already had an interest in physics.

Deri Siti Kurniawati

Deri comes from a modest family. Her father works in a textile factory while her mother works in the garment industry. She is the eldest child of three children with a younger sister age twelve and a younger brother who is three years old.

Christian Timothy Wijaya

Christian Timothy comes from a humble family; his father works in sales and his mother tutors grade school children. Timothy, known as Timmy, received education aid from Putera Sampoerna Foundation to attend Sampoerna Academy in Malang.