Boris Gorelik

Hello,

my name is Boris Gorelik. I’m a data scientist, algorithm developer, data visualization lecturer. I have been solving data-intense problems since 2001. I have been teaching data visualization since 2015.

Follow my blog to learn more about data science, visualization and what I do at work.

I also tweet as @boris_gorelik.

All my accounts:

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Email? Write to boris@gorelik.net.

Occasionally, I talk about my job. If the talk was recorded, you can find it in this playlist. I love talking about data science, social networks, and data visualization. If you want to invite me, just drop a line.

Public speaking

I love public speaking. Click here to see all my recordings that are available on YouTube. If you need a picture of mine, try this page.

My current places of work

Since May 2014, I’m a data scientist at Automattic – the company behind WordPress.com and other projects. At Automattic, I have the chance to analyze fascinating data generated by more than 120,000,000 WordPress.com users.

I also teach data visualization courses. I currently teach a course in the  Azrieli College of Engineering in Jerusalem. I have also taught similar courses at the Holon Institute of Technology and in the Israel Tech Challenge project.

What did I do before my current position?

Until 2014 I worked at RSA – the security division of EMC. At RSA, I was a co-developer of an online outlier detection algorithm named TAnDeM. This algorithm is designed for cases where the data are cheap; the labels are expensive, and the service providers do not tolerate black box solutions.

Before joining RSA, I worked for more than four years as a senior bioinformatician and later on, as head of software and bioinformatics in Procognia – a small biotech company. Before Procognia, I was a bio-mathematical simulation person and pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics expert in Optimata. I worked in Optimata for about two years, just after graduating my Ph.D. in computational chemistry from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

My CV

You may find my CV here

My photos

From time to time, people (mostly conference organizers) ask for a picture of mine. Feel free using any of the images in images in this post.