Tuesday, April 18, 20174:00PM - Tuesday, April 18, 20175:00PM
At Ruffner 356
Speaker: Alexander Spancake
Accenture Federal Services
Abstract: I will discuss the field of analytics, the necessary skills, and my experience transitioning from an academic environment to working with real world data. Additionally, I will provide two examples of projects I have completed and provide insight into analytical techniques that were applied.
Bio: I am a graduate of Wake Forest University with a B.S. in Mathematical Economics ('15), and North Carolina State University with a M.S. in Analytics ('16). I have spent several summers working at SAS, and am currently working in a data science role at Accenture Federal Services dealing with a wide range of problems ranging from programming business logic to implementing machine learning algorithms.
We meet for a social with the speaker from 3:30 to 4:00 in the Math & Computer Science Department Lounge (Ruffner 300A). Presentations are from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in Ruffner 356. Please join us!