The Industry Connection Series features interactive “office hours” with mathematical scientists working in industry. The goal is to connect mathematical sciences students directly with industry members who can answer student-generated questions. Students at all levels are welcome and encouraged to attend and ask questions. The February and March events of the series have been a great success!
The next event is coming soon on Thursday May 27th, 2021, at 12pm PT/1pm MT/2pm CT/3pm ET. Industry panelists will be Mike Dairyko, Senior Manager of Data Science for the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club, and Chang-Hsin Lee, Staff Data Engineer for ezCater. The event will be moderated by Charlotte Eisenberg, Data Developer at Sports Reference, LLC.
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Dr. Mike Dairyko leads the data science team for business operations at the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club. His responsibilities include building statistical models and optimizing business processes. Mike is a Posse Scholar and graduated from Pomona College in 2013 with a BA in Mathematics. He continued his education at Iowa State University and in 2018 received his PhD in Applied Mathematics.
Dr. Chang-Hsin Lee currently works as a Staff Data Engineer at ezCater. He entered into the data field as an intern for a baseball team, the Tampa Bay Rays, then worked as a data scientist at Lowe’s Home Improvement for a few years. He got his Ph.D in Mathematics from Vanderbilt University in 2017. You can learn more about his experience outside of academia at his blog: https://changhsinlee.com.
Charlotte Eisenberg is a data developer for sports-reference.com living in Texas. She grew up on Peaks Island in Maine and graduated from Haverford College in 2019 with a Bachelors Degree in Mathematics. She also played collegiate field hockey and spent a season as an analytics apprentice with the Texas Rangers.
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