Our sessions have spanned research and industry sectors from materials design to banking to biology. We will provide a brief recap of these talks and the results of our panel discussions, as well as some retrospective on how we have grown SigOpt over the years to serve all of these exciting fields.
Mike leads research and engineering at SigOpt, an Intel Company. We are responsible for developing, deploying, and maintaining the SigOpt platform both by creating tools to power intelligent experimentation and making sure these tools robustly meet the usage demands of our users. He has been with SigOpt for the past 6 years, almost since its founding. Prior to joining SigOpt, he spent time in the math and computer science division at Argonne and was a visiting assistant professor at CU-Denver where he co-wrote a text on kernel-based approximation. Mike holds degrees in Applied Mathematics from Cornell and IIT.