My name is Arseny Khakhalin (Арсений Хахалин), and I am an assistant professor of Biology at Bard College, working in artificial intelligence, neuroscience, and network science. I also had some success applying modern Data science techniques to physiological data :)
Contact e-mail: khakhalin @ gmail . com
I was born in Belarus, but spent my childhood in Russia, among medieval mounds and gloomy spruce trees. I got an equivalent of Masters in Physics (Biophysics) from the Moscow State University, and a PhD in Neuroscience from the Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology (Russian Academy of Science, Moscow).
After grad school, I worked in corporate business as an Logistics Manager and Data Scientist for Procter & Gamble, specializing in predictive modeling and flow optimization in product supply networks. In 2010 I moved to Brown University, and had a postdoc in the group of Carlos Aizenman. In 2014 I joined Bard College as an Assistant Professor of Biology.
My name is pronounced ar-SE-ny ha-HA-lin; the "K" letter is silent for historical reasons. In my spare time I like to paint, and torture folk musical instruments.
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