Dr. Adam F. Hannon is a data scientist for the company FraudScope where he uses advanced algorithms to aid in the detection and prevention of health care fraud. Before working there, he was a postdoctoral research associate at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, where he conducted research in simulating the self-assembly of complex polymer systems (particularly block copolymer blends) and incorporating advanced inverse algorithms and physics based models into X-ray characterization techniques. He obtained his doctor of science (ScD) degree in materials science and engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and BS degrees in both physics and polymer & fiber engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Part 2 of 3 Note: This is a continuation of a series of guest posts on Math, Waves, and the Creator by Dr. Adam F. Hannon. This particular one would be great to have middle school and high school students read in order to give them a glimpse into how math helps us shine light […]Continue reading
Part 1 of 3 Note: I’m excited to introduce this series of guest posts from a good friend, physicist, engineer, and data scientist, Dr. Adam F. Hannon. The series explores waves (and I don’t just mean ocean waves!). More technical details are given in the endnotes for those who would like to dig deeper. I […]Continue reading