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I love building intelligent systems of people and computers, and working with multidisciplinary teams that make those systems possible. I draw from broad experience spanning entrepreneurship, product management, machine learning, data visualization, software engineering, human-computer interaction, experiment design, and economics.


CTRL-labs CTRL-labs (acquired by Facebook)

2017—2019 Research Scientist & Product Manager (New York, NY)
Designed a machine learning platform for organizing 1TB+ of time series datasets & TensorFlow models, and automating model performance benchmarks on test data. Prototyped 2D and 3D interaction applications for demonstrating user interface control via machine learning from electromyography data.

Led a cross-team effort to build cloud infrastructure for training user-personalized machine learning models. Product manager for momentary event/signal detection from electromyography data, including R&D, data collection, accuracy metrics, user interface design, implementation, and product release.

Aarhus University Aarhus University

2017 Assistant Professor, tenure-track (Aarhus, Denmark)
Developed experiments and analyzed behavioral data on the ScienceAtHome citizen science platform.

Microsoft Microsoft Research

2015—2017 Postdoctoral Researcher, Computational Social Science (New York, NY)
Ran the longest experiment of iterated prisoner’s dilemma ever conducted—lasting one month. Studied teamwork and collective problem solving in groups of various size. Developed a web framework for conducting real-time experiments of collective behavior using participants from the Internet.

2013, 2014 Research Intern, Computational Social Science (New York, NY)
2012 Research Intern, Adaptive Systems and Interaction (Redmond, WA)
Developed improvements to crowdsourcing systems by building online predictive models of user engagement and measuring the effects of microeconomic and social incentives.

Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs

2008 Summer Analyst, Equity Strategies (New York, NY)
2007 Summer Analyst, Fixed Income Strategies (London, UK)


Harvard Harvard University

Ph.D., Computer Science 2015
Dissertation: Experimental Studies of Human Behavior in Social Computing Systems
S.M., Computer Science 2012

Penn University of Pennsylvania

B.S., Economics, summa cum laude; The Wharton School
B.S.E., Computer Science, summa cum laude (GPA: 3.89 / 4.0) 2009


Programming: TypeScript, JavaScript (highly proficient); Go, Python (proficient); Java (prior experience).

Leadership: Technical product management, project planning, oral & written communication.

Scientific Research: 11 peer-reviewed publications with over 650 citations (h-index: 11) in top computer science conferences (AAAI, EC, HCOMP) and interdisciplinary journals (Nature Communications, PLoS ONE) spanning artificial intelligence, human computation, and computational social science. 31 invited talks at universities, research labs, and conferences worldwide. Program committee member for over 8 international conferences in computer science and computational social science, including WWW, IJCAI, AAAI, AAMAS, EC, HCOMP, and ICWSM. For details see my CV.

Open-source: TurkServer, a real-time web platform for conducting online experiments of collective behavior. CrowdMapper, a collaborative crisis mapping web app for studying teamwork and collective intelligence (see talk). Creator of several widely used software packages and active contributor in the OSS web development community. Top 1% contributor on StackOverflow.

Digital Fabrication: CAD/CAM CNC machining, microcontroller programming and circuit design, laser cutting, 3D printing, casting and composites. See my work from MIT’s How to Make (Almost) Anything.

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