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I got my PhD in Nanoscale Science from SUNY Albany CNSE (aka crime school) specializing in computational chemistry/ab-initio electronic structure theory.

I did a postdoc at WSU in shock physics where I studied nonlinear elasticity & simulated Raman spectra from first principles, but ultimately decided to leave physics/academia.

Now I'm based in NYC, work as a consultant, and am excited about and . Hello!

Data science is cool bc some days you work to fine tune your models to give you a couple fractions of a percent better test statistics and some days you spend your whole time at work filling out a spreadsheet on all the possible degrees granted from all universities across the globe

I got my PhD in Nanoscale Science from SUNY Albany CNSE (aka crime school) specializing in computational chemistry/ab-initio electronic structure theory.

I did a postdoc at WSU in shock physics where I studied nonlinear elasticity & simulated Raman spectra from first principles, but ultimately decided to leave physics/academia.

Now I'm based in NYC, work as a consultant, and am excited about and . Hello!

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