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.
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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.
You may find my CV here