“I’m always thinking about how the end result can help people live healthier, more enjoyable lives in harmony with their environment”
I came to work at Arcascope by way of my postdoc in the Mathematics Department at the University of Michigan. During my time there, I decided I wanted to apply my technical skills to problems with tangible, beneficial outcomes in society. Olivia (Arcascope CEO) presented on her work with optimal light schedules for a jet lag app she developed, and also talked about some sleep classification research she had just published.
Like so many people, I struggled a lot with sleep, and had learned something about the human body’s internal clock and how to care for that clock to be able to fall asleep when you want and stay asleep longer. Olivia and I spoke after her presentation, and started collaborating on extending her sleep research; this collaboration eventually turned into my role in engineering and data science at Arcascope.
At Arcascope, I love bringing mathematical biology models to life through tech, scaling the reach of these powerful models through cloud-native technologies and native mobile code. No matter what I’m engineering– data ETL and analysis pipelines, machine learning models, or our mobile platforms–
I’m always thinking about how the end result helps people live healthier, more enjoyable lives in harmony with their environment.