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He is a lecturer at MIT, Mathematics Department. He is a Commodity Trading Adviser with National Futures Association and holds the Series 3 and Series 65 licenses. From 1998- 2010, he was on the boards of John Bertram House Inc. and the Lynn Home for Young Women, Inc. He graduated from Harvard University with an A.B. magna cum laude in applied mathematics and was honored with Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. He completed graduate studies in statistics at the University of London, earning an M.Sc. and the Diploma of Imperial College honor, as well as a Ph.D. from the University of California.
He works at the Functional Neuroimaging Laboratory (FNL), Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, as an image analysis scientist and associate director. His areas of interest in research include machine learning, neural computation, and biological image processing and analysis. As an award-winning researcher, he feels inspired to mentor the next generation of data scientists and researchers in medical imaging. Prior to his current role, he worked as an Associate Research Professor at Cornell University, hired to lead groundbreaking scientific investigations and research projects.
At Brown University, he serves as an Assistant Professor, Project Director for Information and Computer Science and a member of the Rhode Island School of Design faculty. He does research on effective information science, computer science, and visualization technologies for science and industry collaborative group procedures. MOC, WARF, CPA, OCY, and BK awards are among the accolades he has received. He earned his PhD in Systems Engineering from the University of Washington, as well as MSc in Information Science from the University of Wisconsin and MSc Computer Science Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
He is a finance associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business and an Associate Dean in the College of Business and Public Policy at California State University, Dominguez Hills. He was previously the Chair of the Department of Accounting, Finance, and Economics. He has authored multiple research articles and received competitive research funding for his works. In addition, he works as a consultant for the World Bank, UNDP, and Asian Development Bank. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Ph.D. and a Master's degree in Economics and Finance.
She is a data scientist that specializes in visual analytics and information design. She has been invited to join the Visual Computing Group at Harvard's John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), where she works on InfoVis projects in augmented and virtual reality. She is proficient in Information Design and Data Visualization, Immersive Visual Analytics, InfoVIS Tools and Technique, Housing Market Modeling, Spatial and Semantic Analysis, Image-based Recognition, and more.
He is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the California Institute of Technology's Institute for Quantum Information and Matter in the Department of Physics. Since 2016, he has served on the editorial boards of Physical Review X, Physical Review Letters, Physics Review B, and Physical Review Materials. He has received numerous awards, which includes Swiss National Science Foundation Early-Mobility Fellow at the California Institute of Technology, and the Prix Vacheron Constantin des Sciences 2016 for the best Ph.D. thesis at the Université de Genève's Faculty of Science.
He gives lectures on Art Humanities core courses and works as a teaching assistant for Art, History, and Archaeology at Columbia University. His principal area of study is Greek and Roman archaeology, with a focus on the relationships between political ideology, religious belief, and creative expression. Having born and lived in Italy, he graduated from the Department of Classics with a B.A. and an M.A. (magna cum laude) at the Sapienza University of Rome.
With high dedication to engineering and data science, he is a Chemical Engineering lecturer at the University of Washington. He graduated from the University of Washington with a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. He also holds a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Utah. He has received various honors, including the UW eScience Institute's 2018 UW eScience Incubator Awardee and the AIChE Local Chapter's Outstanding Senior Award.
At Brown University, he lectures and advises students on topics such as environmental stewardship, sustainable design, urban infrastructure, and transportation technology and policy. He has been involved in the study, planning, and construction of high-performance educational facilities for over 25 years. He is also a founding member of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association RI Chapter's Steering Committee and the Northeast Campus Sustainability Consortium. He received the Brown University William G. McLaughlin Award for Teaching Excellence in the Social Sciences from 2013 to 2015.
He is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Engineering Physics at Brown University. Since 2009, he has been a member of the CMS Collaboration at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. He has at least ten years of experience evaluating massive, highly structured datasets from a variety of fields, including astrophysics, genetics, and electronics. In 2020, he received the award [LPC Distinguished Researcher] from The LHC Physics Center at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
He works at Tufts University's Allen Discovery Center as a Research Assistant Professor. He was previously a Postdoctoral Researcher at Columbia University, the Co-Founder of YHouse Inc, and a Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study. He investigates the biological foundation of consciousness and the nature of emergence using information theory and causal analysis. He has received numerous scientific honors, which includes Forbes 30 Under 30 in Science and SURP prize from NYU's Center for Neural Science. He completed his Ph.D. research in Neuroscience from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Laboratory phonology, phonetics-phonology, and psycholinguistics-speech perception, productivity, and lexicon modeling are among his research interests. He has been invited to give several presentations across the world and has won fellowships, research funds, and accolades from Yale, UCL, and Cambridge. He received his Ph.D. in Linguistics from University College London and finished his postdoctoral work at Yale's Department of Linguistics. He also holds an M.Eng. and a B.A. in Engineering from Cambridge University.
He teaches psychology at Princeton University and he also works at Central Michigan University as a psychologist. He has authored multiple peer-reviewed articles and carries out research in the fields of Political Psychology, Legal Psychology (Psychology and Law), Evolutionary Psychology, and Applied Psychology. His industry knowledge includes higher education teaching, SPSS, R, data analysis, quantitative research, public policy, survey design, statistics and more.
Modern European social and political thinking; radical ideologies; resistance movements; socialism; human rights; critical theory are among his areas of interest. The Historical Journal, Modern Intellectual History, and New German Critique have all published his works. He teaches in Yale's Directed Studies program and leads seminars on intellectual social responsibility, resistance theories and tactics, and modern revolutions. At the University of California, Berkeley, he earned his Ph.D. in History.
She has worked as a picture editor and sound editor on a range of film and television projects. Her Emmy-winning television credits include The Magic School Bus, Cyberchase, Animal Planet Reports, and numerous PBS programs. Some of her other film credits include Wallowitch and Ross: This Moment, Sound and Fury, Empire, and Modern Love. She has also contributed to magazines "American Cinematographer" and "Filmmaker." She graduated from South Illinois University with an MFA in Carbondale (Cinema) and a BA in Mass Communication from the University of South Dakota.
As an Assistant Professor at Berklee College of Music and a former member of the Settlement Music School's piano faculty, she has won several awards such as Northridge Composition Prize, Brian M. Israel Prize, MacDowell Fellowship, and grants from ASCAP and the Society for New Music. She holds a master's degree from CUNY Queens College and a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in music composition. She has been commissioned by the American Composers Forum, San Francisco Choral Artists, and Amuse Singers to perform in over 20 places.
He works for an American global investment management firm situated in New York City as a director and corporate strategist. He collaborates with the regional CEO and Executive Committee to determine the business's strategic direction, allocate resources, and assure management alignment and performance against key metrics. He was hired to work as a design consultant for Tony Blair's office as well as construction of Kuwait's Prime Minister Office. He holds a A.B. magna cum laude from Princeton and Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University.
He is a sociologist and philosopher whose interests include continental philosophy, political ontology, Marxism, cultural sociology, and the sociology of art. He works in the philosophy of social science and the sociology of knowledge. He spent more than three years as a Postdoctoral Associate at Yale University. Some of his other passions include Philosophy of science, hermeneutics, existentialism, feminist and queer theory, and critical theory. During his pursue for a Philosophy Ph.D., he worked with Roy Bhaskar at University College London.
He received his MSc and PhD in finance from Imperial College Business School, where he also lectured on the MSc Finance program and consistently received high ratings in lecturer evaluation surveys. He is a published professor who has given talks at the American Finance Association and worked at JP Morgan in London as a Vice President. He is now the CEO of Black & White Capital. He serves as a non-executive director at The Profs and assists students in preparing for finance interviews.
He graduated from Oxford University with a degree in English and was an Amelia Jackson scholar. In England and Ireland, he has published and spoken extensively on literature and cultural politics, and he is currently working on his first monograph on Irish literature. He has given tutorials at Oxford University, and developed and taught courses for a diverse group of students through international programs such as ASE (Bath) and OPUS (Oxford). He focuses on helping our students improve their written and spoken English.
He holds degrees from Cambridge and Imperial College, and while working on his PhD in Quantum Computing at Imperial College, he helps students improve their Physics research work.
She studied Psychology at Oxford and has extensive expertise with the Oxbridge admissions interview process.
He is currently the Head of Economics at one of the Russell Group's most prestigious universities. At Oxford, LSE, and Warwick, he worked as a teaching and research fellow.
She is currently a Lecturer and Supervisor in Physics for Natural Sciences at Cambridge University. She has worked with students in Mathematics, Physics, and Natural Sciences as an application adviser and is an expert in interview preparation.
She is a true statistics master, with nearly two decades of lecturing and tutoring experience around the world, as well as years of industry experience as a senior statistician working for the Israeli government. She earned a slew of accolades and medals after graduating from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, including two Rector's Prizes.
She is a certified accountant with a Bachelor's degree and a Doctorate in economics, as well as a certified supervisory analyst (NYSE). Since leaving Morgan Stanley, she has been tutoring university students for several years. She is frequently asked to offer tailored courses for professionals seeking a better grasp of the economics, finance, and accounting requirements of their employment due to her extensive experience.
With a PhD in Psychiatric Epidemiology, she worked in two of London's leading medical institutions, where she conducted research and taught courses. She has also served as a lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, where she taught and supervised postgraduate students' theses. She frequently gave presentations about her research works at national and international academic conferences.
He has a First Class BSc in Economics and Finance from the London School of Economics, where he is currently pursuing his master's degree. He has also finished all three levels of the CFA program with flying colors. He has been a lecturer and tutor in Microeconomics and Corporate Finance for more than three years. In addition to his employment at school, he also works as an Economic and Equity analyst at a local Investment Bank.
She has worked as a corporate banker at top-tier banks and global companies including Jaguar Land Rover, Land Securities, and Dyson. She enjoys sharing her knowledge on securitization, structured finance, and syndicated loans in particular. She earned a law degree from UNESP, Brazil's finest institution, and a Santander scholarship to study International Banking and Finance Law at UCL.
She earned her degree in Master of Arts is a creative writing educator, scriptwriter, dramatist, journalist, and songwriter. She was invited to Philip Shelley's Advanced Mentoring Lab at the London Screenwriters' Festival, where she was shortlisted for the BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum. She also won "thescriptwriter.co.uk competition". In 2014, she released her first novel, "WHO LET THE GODS OUT?"
He had a long and successful career in music, including 20 years as London Director of Music for the Royal Shakespeare Company. He's been the musical director for over 200 shows, including Judi Dench's Mother Courage, Derek Jacobi's Cyrano de Bergerac, Ralph Fiennes' The Plantagenets, Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet, and The Lord of the Rings. He teaches singing actors how to compose music, organize orchestras, and prepare for professional auditions.
He is a PhD student at Imperial College Business School and an ESRC scholar.r Some of his research interests are organization design and the development of the private sector in developing countries. He has significant teaching expertise in infrastructure finance, investment modeling, strategic marketing, business economics, and accounting for MSc, MBA, and Executive Education programs. He has also worked on the ELITE program of the London Stock Exchange.
He graduated from the University Hospital of Wales with a PhD in Immunology. He is a published scholar who presents his research at international conferences such as Euroscicon and the British Society of Immunology on a regular basis. His broad teaching experience has given him a unique perspective on the issues that students encounter while studying biosciences, particularly biology, biochemistry, medicine, bioinformatics, and biomedical sciences.
She graduated from the University of Alberta with a First Class Honours BA in Anthropology and went on to Rutgers University for an MA and MPhil in Evolutionary Anthropology. She has more than five years of experience as a personal tutor for university students, teaching biological anthropology and archaeology at all undergraduate levels. She also specializes in academic writing and dissertation consultation in the sciences and humanities, as well as post-secondary study skills.