Jr. technical researcher
Jay is an engineer with well-developed skills in Data analytics, research, and software development. He is also a good communicator with good interpersonal skills and is used to working in a team. He is always enthusiastic to learn and undertake new challenges. At Rhenix Lifesciences, he works as a junior engineer working in a technical research department for digital medicine. He is also responsible for developing various statistical methods for anomaly detection with human heart rate data captured with the help of wearable devices.
He is an electrical engineer. He did his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the Institute of Infrastructure Technology Research and Management along with voluntary work at the blind people's association. Moreover, he has done research in biomedical signal processing and machine learning as well.
Since the completion of his studies, he has wanted to become a data scientist thus, he began learning data analytics and machine learning through a summer internship. At Rhenix, he hopes to increase his technical knowledge while providing solutions and improvements to common industry problems. In the long run, I aspire to contribute significantly to industry development and optimization to create something that would genuinely improve the lives of thousands.
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