Indian American student Apoorva Panidapu from San Jose, Calif., April will shine when she appears on the NBC show, “Genius Junior,” hosted by Neil Patrick Harris. The exciting game show, which celebrates the brightest children in the U.S., is an hour-long test of intelligence and endurance. Twelve teams of the most incredible children in the country, ages 8 to 12, take the stage to compete in a series of increasingly complex quizzes with the goal of being crowned `Genius Junior. `Panidapu, who is a seventh grader at California Connections Academy, was picked from a talented pool of thousands of students and after several auditions. Her USP: she can solve any math problem in her head, often faster than a calculator. No wonder then, she is known to many as the `Human Calculator.` In fact, according to the network, she has a math IQ that is estimated to be the same as Albert Einstein`s. Panidapu`s team of three is called `The Fast and the Curious.` Her teammates include nine-year-old Florida resident Treasure, who has a photographic memory; and Sebastian, 12, of New Hyde Park, New York, who can look at any building and immediately see the structural way it is built, and then replicate that with his building blocks at home.