Senior Data Scientist at Uber

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) From University of California, Berkeley
Male
New York, New York
WORK DETAILS

Uber

Senior Data Scientist
Tech lead in Uber Eats Marketplace Prediction Using machine learning and statistical modeling to empower the Uber Eats 3-sided marketplace. Some highlighted areas I am focusing on include dispatch efficiency and reliability, eater/delivery-partner/restaurant timeliness experience, delivery-partner time-based pricing.
August 2019 - Present
(1 year and 1 month)

Uber

Data Scientist II
Uber Eats Marketplace Prediction/Dispatch
January 2019 - August 2019
(8 Months)

Uber

Data Scientist I & II
Uber Eats PredictionMachine learning for food preparation time prediction, delivery time prediction, and waypoint time prediction.
June 2017 - December 2018
(1 year and 7 Months)

University of California, Berkeley

Consultant
Social Science Data Laboratory (D-Lab)Provided consulting services on research design, data analysis, and statistical modeling to Berkeley faculty, undergraduates, and graduate students.
January 2017 - May 2017
(5 Months)

University of California, Berkeley

Graduate Student Researcher
The FAA Consortium in Aviation Operations Research (NEXTOR II)Research Projects:Using Tactical Air Traffic Management to Improve Schedule Reliability (funded by NASA)Evaluation of Predictability as a Performance Measure (funded by FAA)Behavioral Analysis of Flight Rerouting (funded by NASA)Distributed Mechanisms for Determining NAS-wide Service Level Expectations (funded by FAA) … see more
August 2013 - May 2017
(3 Years and 10 Months)

University of California, Berkeley

Graduate Student Instructor
Fall 2016 Taught CE 93 Engineering Data Analysis with Professor Mark Hansen (Lower Division);Fall 2016 Taught CE 252 Systems Analysis in Transportation with Professor Mark Hansen (Graduate level);Fall 2016 Taught CE 262 Analysis of Transportation Data with Professor Joan Walker (Graduate level);Fall 2015 Taught CE 252 Systems Analysis in Transportation with Professor Michael Ball (Graduate level);Fall 2014 Taught CE 252 Systems Analysis in Transportation with Professor Mark Hansen (Graduate level). … see more
August 2013 - December 2016
(3 Years and 5 Months)

University of California, Berkeley

Statistical Consultant
Department of Statistics, University of California, BerkeleyGuided 6 graduate/undergraduate projects involving hypothesis testing, panel data modeling, and R coding
January 2015 - May 2015
(5 Months)

Apple

Data Scientist Intern
1. Developed a simulation tool (including an R package) that automates an evaluation task at Apple Maps with the potential for tens of thousands annual monetary savings and significant labor savings;2. Intern project selected to present to one of the Senior Vice Presidents at Apple.
May 2016 - August 2016
(4 Months)

Purdue University

Research/Teaching Assistant
CE361 Introduction to Transportation Engineering with Professor Jon D. Fricker (Upper Division)
August 2012 - December 2012
(5 Months)
EDUCATIONAL DETAILS

University of California, Berkeley

Transportation Engineering
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Dissertation: Changing Fuel Loading Behavior to Improve Airline Fuel EfficiencyAdvisor: Mark HansenMinor 1: EconomicsMinor 2: Statistics
2013-2017

University of California, Berkeley

Biostatistics
Master of Arts (M.A.)
Thesis: Risk-taking Behavior Modeling and Analysis of Bicycle Helmet Compensation EffectsAdvisor: Alan Hubbard
2016-2016

Purdue University

Transportation Engineering
Master of Science in Engineering
Thesis: Statistical Analysis of Bicyclist and Pedestrian BehaviorAdvisor: Jon Fricker
2011-2012

Purdue University

Applied Statistics
Graduate Certificate
2012-2012

Tongji University

Transportation Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering
Thesis: Modeling Topological Evolution Characteristics in Urban Road Networks
2007-2011