This blog is my outlet for side projects in data science:
- Santa’s Christmas delivery route revealed
- When are kids born? Anyway, when are babies conceived?
- Height matching for a harmonious-looking pair,
for explaining my research:
for small-scale scientific projects that are not at the level of a peer-reviewed publication:
and for ideas that take longer to elaborate than a tweet or a Facebook post. Commenting is encouraged. (Look to the upper tab for some technicalities.) And I’d just love to hear from you if you find my work interesting.
I hold a doctorate in applied mathematics from the University of Oxford, UK, as a former member of Keble College. My website is at melykuti.be (find my email there) and I tweet at @BMelykuti. You are also welcome to follow me on Facebook for my public posts.
I am a data scientist, and author of internationally recognised research publications on stochastic processes, probability theory, statistics, molecular biology, chemical reaction networks and control engineering. I live in Freiburg i. Br., Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
In addition to profound methodological skills, I am up to date in matters spanning macroeconomics, finance, the healthcare sector (pharmaceutical and medical devices industries), the automotive industry and the classic car scene, information and communications technologies, or the investment landscape in the developed world. Having lived in four countries, I am also well-travelled and culturally flexible.