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  1. Oleksandr Korostylov

    Oleksandr Korostylov

    Mathematician, Developer, Researcher

    Ukraine - Last active: 09/20/2014 - Tests: 3

    Experienced software developer and mathematician. Ready to work on long term project that includes math and C++ or Common Lisp and at least one of keywords below. Keywords: objects recognition, pattern recognition, digital signal processing, audio processing, filtering, wavelets, speech recognition, artificial intelligence, machine learning, neural networks, augmented reality, 3D geometry, 3D scanning, mesh, algorithms, numerical methods, optimization, simulation, R&D, research Languages: C++, Delphi, Haskell, Common Lisp, Wolfram Mathematica On LinkedIn: Alexander Korostilyov.

    $30.00 /hr
    319 hours
  2. Lasse Blaauwbroek

    Lasse Blaauwbroek

    Student Software Science

    Netherlands - Last active: 11/01/2012 - Tests: 3

    As a student in Software Science I have knowledge about the newest technologies and methods in software engeneering. I have extensive experience in web development both in the front -and backend. I also have good experience with desktop applications. I can program in numerous high level programming languages like Java, C#, PHP and javascript, but also styling languages like (X)HTML, CSS, XML and XSLT My knowledge about the underlying information theory for software engeneering can be very valueable. This knowledge ranges from mathematics to algorithms and from software specification to logical reasoning. I like to work both in teams and solo. I would like to widen my experience in both the technical aspects of software engeneering and the human aspect like teamwork and contact with clients.

    $33.33 /hr
    67 hours
  3. Enrique P.

    Enrique P.

    Maintenance Management

    Spain - Last active: 10 days ago - Tests: 6

    - Experienced Mining Engineer with more than 15 years working in Industrial Maintenance, explosives and Renewable Energy. - Amateur mathematician interested in Number Theory. - Programming computers since 1982.

    $11.11 /hr
    23 hours
  4. Sergey Sevbitov

    Sergey Sevbitov

    Qualified C++/C# Developer, Financial Analyst, Quant, Mathematician

    Cyprus - Last active: 09/04/2010 - Tests: 3

    I'm an experienced Quantitative Analyst, C++ and C# developer and team manager. My core expertise area is quantitative financial analysis and simulation, data processing and external benchmarking - for instance, modeling and derivatives pricing, portfolio credit risk analysis including CVA etc. Ready to implement any other statistic/math/financial algorithm and business logic. My IT experience covers all the stages of development beginning from planning and architecture design to integration and deployment. The full list of platforms, programming languages, environments, as well as legacy financial instruments and frameworks I'm thoroughly acquainted with is given in my CV. Please, don't hesitate to contact me for any further inquiries on my skills, experience and personal performance, and surely, work proposals.

    $44.44 /hr
    0 hours
  5. Kim siang K.

    Kim siang K.

    Multilingual physicist with strong programming background

    Switzerland - Last active: 01/29/2013 - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 3

    I am a research assistant working on experimental particle physics. Hence I have a strong background in programming and data analysis, and familiar with C/C++, Java and Python. I am proficient also in LaTeX, shell script and HTML5. Having living abroad for the past 10 years, I have good commands in languages such as Chinese (native), Malay, English, Japanese and German. I am very motivated to polish up my proficiency in all languages, both linguistic and programming.

    $33.33 /hr
    0 hours
  6. James Wendelberger

    James Wendelberger

    Statistician and Mathematician

    United States - Last active: 06/14/2013 - Tests: 5 - Portfolio: 2

    Check out data4analysis. PhD in Statistics Minor in Mathematics PhD in Progress NanoScience and MicroSystems Masters in Statistics BS in Mathematics and Physics with Distinction 26 years as Director of Statistical Analysis Worked at General Motors Research Laboratory Taught at Oakland University Postdoc at UW Space Science and Engineering Center Very experienced in statistical consulting, research and programming. Selected Presentations: “Effectiveness of Automobile Salesperson Training,” 2 August 2012, Joint Statistical Meetings, San Diego, CA. “Estimation of Curvature: Large Data for Small Problems,” 6 June 2012, American Statistical Association Quality and Productivity Conference, CSU - Long Beach, CA. “Statistical Engineering as Practiced at Urban Science,” 31 July 2011, Joint Statistical Meetings, Miami Beach, FL. “Statistical Engineering as Practiced at Urban Science,” 29 April 2011, ASA Albuquerque Chapter Meeting, Hilton, Santa Fe, NM. “Determining Automotive Demand: Demographic or Registration Data?,” 02 August 2010, Joint Statistical Meetings, Vancouver, BC. “Daily Gasoline Prices, Stock Market Indices, Consumer Internet Hits, Automobile Incentives And Automobile Sales, For The Forecasting Of Future Month Automobile Model Demand,” 3 August 2009, Joint Statistical Meetings, Washington, D.C. “Finding Control Markets for Automotive Incentive Marketing Campaigns,” 6 August 2001, Joint Statistical Meetings, Atlanta, GA. Patent Applied For: “SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETERMINING A GROUPING OF SEGMENTS WITHIN A MARKET”, Serial No. 12/027,582, Filed February 7, 2008. Patent in Progress: “MINIMAL LANCING BLOOD GLUCOSE DETECTOR,” University of New Mexico Invention Disclosure Docket Number 2012-116, Joint with Patricia Langan, 2012. Professional Solution: Solver, Mathematics Magazine, Vol. 81, No. 3, June 2008, Problems Page 220, Number 1796. External Published Articles: 1. James G. Wendelberger (2012): “Effectiveness of Automobile Salesperson Training,” Proceedings of the Joint Meetings of the American Statistical Association, July, San Diego, CA. 2. James G. Wendelberger (2011): “Statistical Engineering as Practiced at Urban Science,” Proceedings of the Joint Meetings of the American Statistical Association, July, Miami Beach, FL. 3. James G. Wendelberger (2009): “Daily Gasoline Prices, Stock Market Indices, Consumer Internet Hits, Automobile Incentives and Automobile Sales, For the Forecasting Of Future Month Automobile Model Demand,” Proceedings of the Joint Meetings of the American Statistical Association, August, Washington D.C. 4. James G. Wendelberger (1998): “The Estimation of Rainfall Distribution for Emergency Response to Chernobyl Type Incidents Utilizing Multidimensional Smoothing Splines,” Journal of Geographic Information and Decision Analysis, Vol. 2, No. 2. 5. J. Wendelberger (1987a): “Surface Representation from Measurements: Paint Attribute Data,” Department of Mathematics, General Motors Research Laboratories Report. 6. J. Wendelberger (1987b): “Multiple Minima of the Generalized Cross-Validation Function: Paint Attribute Data,” Department of Mathematics, General Motors Research Laboratories Report. 7. John K. Antonio, James G. Wendelberger, Greg P. Matthews, William G. Trabold, and Mark H. Costin (1986): “Optiscan: The Use of Reflectometry for Detecting Quality Attributes of Basecoat Paint,” General Motors Research Laboratories, Warren, MI, Research Report No. ET-426/MA-357, Dec., 31 pages. 8. James G. Wendelberger and Michael A. Wincek (1986): “The Selection of a Statistical Data Analysis Computing Environment for an Industrial Research Laboratory,” Computer Science and Statistics: Proceedings of the 18th Symposium on the Interface, American Statistical Association, Washington, D.C. 9. James G. Wendelberger et al (1982): “Improving Statistical Consulting Services,” Proceedings of the Wisconsin Workshop on Consulting Intern Programs in Statistics, University of Wisconsin, Nov. 11-13, pp. 131-137. 10. James G. Wendelberger (1982): “Smoothing Noisy Data with Multidimensional Splines and Generalized Cross Validation,” Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Statistics, University of Wisconsin, 336pp. 11. James G. Wendelberger (1982): “Estimation of Divergence and Vorticity using Multidimensional Smoothing Splines,” Proceedings of the NASA Workshop on Density Estimation and Function Smoothing, Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University, pp. 386-406. 12. James G. Wendelberger (1981): “The Computation of Laplacian Smoothing Splines with Examples,” Tech. Report No. 648, Department of Statistics, University of Wisconsin. 13. Grace Wahba and Wendelberger, James G. (1980): “Some New Mathematical Methods for Variational Objective Analysis Using Splines and Generalized Cross Validation,” Monthly Weather Review, Volume 108, 8, 1122-1143.

    $266.67 /hr
    0 hours
  7. Richard Bounds

    Richard Bounds

    Science Journalist

    United Kingdom - Last active: 10/31/2014

    I’m currently studying for a PhD at the University of Southampton, my project is the study of high temperature superconductors using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and ab initio calculations. In my spare time I read extensively, some of my favourite authors are Oscar Wilde, Jean-Paul Satre and Carlos Castaneda. I also have a strong interest in popular science articles and more recently scientific literacy, I’ve been an avid reader of New Scientist, Physics World and Scientific American for many years now. I have a strong dedication to anything I find challenging and interesting, which propagates through my work as a writer and also as a researcher.

    $15.56 /hr
    0 hours
  8. Vahagn Aslanyan

    Vahagn Aslanyan

    Mathematics and Programming

    Armenia - Last active: 04/25/2013 - Tests: 2

    I am interested in jobs which require pure and applied mathematics and also programming. My skills in mathematics are 1. Algebra 2. Number theory 3. Calculus 4. Discrete mathematics 5. Real and complex analysis 6. Functional analysis 7. Geometry 8. TEX 7. Wolfram Mathematica My skills in programming are 1. C 2. C++ 3. C# 4. qt 5. MySQL 6. .net 7. Java

    $11.11 /hr
    0 hours
  9. Volodymyr Gnatiuk

    Volodymyr Gnatiuk

    Senior Swift/iOS Developer

    Russia - Last active: 4 days ago - Tests: 8 - Portfolio: 4

    Expert in iOS(Swift/Obj-C) development industry for last 6 years. I developed a number of complex apps providing pixel-perfect result and reliable code. I tend to use latest technologies and ideas during software development, investigate tasks from different aspects and provide the best solution for customers. I have a huge experience with following technologies and knowledges: Backend Integration Cloud Integration Social Integration Unit Testing

    $45.00 /hr
    436 hours