IACS Alumni Career Panel

Date: 

Thursday, April 15, 2021, 5:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Virtual

Join us on Reading Day to meet with IACS Alumni and talk career paths, preparation, and what you can do now to set yourself up for the career of your dreams! All participants will receive a free $10 food voucher for attending. 

Anyone interested in attending must complete the RSVP form

Meet the Alumni: 


Phoebe Wong
Data Science, Class of 2019

Senior Data Scientist, Data Strategy and Solutions at Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Biography Forthcoming


Taylor Killian
Computational Science & Engineering, Class of 2017 

PhD Candidate in Computer Science at the University of Toronto
Taylor graduated from the CSE program in 2017, during which he began a research career in developing sequential decision making ML models for use in healthcare applications. Currently, Taylor is pursuing a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Toronto. He has previously worked at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Google Brain and will be working within Apple's Health AI research group this summer.


Mehul Raje
Computational Science & Engineering, Class of 2019 

Software Engineer at Google
Biography Forthcoming


Isaac Slavitt
Computational Science & Engineering, Class of 2014 

Co-founder and Data Scientist at DrivenData
Isaac is a co-founder and data scientist at DrivenData, Inc, a data science consultancy and competition platform which began within IACS as an independent research project, launched out of the Harvard Innovation Lab, and has since grown to a full time team of data scientists and machine learning engineers. He holds a BS in Operations Research from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and previously spent seven years as a Coast Guard officer serving in a variety of operational and quantitative roles.


Wesley Chen
Computational Science & Engineering, Class of 2015

Vice President at Goldman Sachs – FAST Strats(Global Markets Division)
Wesley focuses in Credit, with the broad mandate of monetizing data that is generated from the business. This can include modeling client interest, systematic alpha strategies and developing new solutions + products.


Yue Sun
Computational Science & Engineering, Class of 2020 

Yue is currently a G1 Ph.D. student in Applied Mathematics at SEAS. She studies the computational methods for Eulerian simulations of fluid–structure interaction. Her research interests are computational fluid dynamics, scientific computing, and physics-based animation. She also did two summer internships at Activision (Raven Software) as a technical animation intern.