Math & Computer Science

Alex  Berardino

Alex Berardino

Graduate Student, Computational Neuroscience, New York University

Alex is a PhD candidate in Computational Neuroscience at NYU and co-founder of NeuWrite Downtown, a scientist-journalist collaborative in New York City.

Raeed Chowdhury

Raeed Chowdhury

PhD Candidate, Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University

I'm a graduate student in the Miller Lab at Northwestern University, working on understanding how the brain represents the sense of body positioning, …

Sara Clifton

PhD Candidate, Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, Northwestern University

I study simple mathematical models that provide insight into complex natural phenomena, such as evolution and human social behavior.

Justin Finkle

Justin Finkle

Justin in a PhD candidate in the Interdisciplinary Biological Sciences (IBiS) program, where he studies the structure of regulatory networks involved …

Elodie Gazave

Elodie Gazave

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Elodie Gazave is a biologist who uses programming and computers to analyze very large datasets of genetic sequences.

 Karna Gowda

Karna Gowda

Graduate Student Northwestern University Applied Math

 Karna is a graduate student of applied mathematics at Northwestern University, where he studies the mathematics of ecology and climate change.

Kaitlin Hill

Kaitlin Hill

PhD Candidate, Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, Northwestern University

I am interested in modeling biological and geophysical processes, such as Arctic sea ice, using conceptual smooth or nonsmooth dynamical …

Chris  Holdgraf

Chris Holdgraf

Graduate Student, Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience, UC Berkeley

I am a graduate student at UC Berkeley, studying computational and cognitive neuroscience.

David Malan

David Malan

Gordon McKay Professor of the Practice of Computer Science at Harvard University

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Adam  Merberg

Adam Merberg

Recent PhD in Mathematics at UC Berkeley

Adam Merberg recently completed a PhD in Mathematics at University of California, Berkeley. His PhD thesis was on noncommutative analogs of Brownian motion.

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