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MATTHEW BEJTLICH

Matthew (b. 1991) is a data scientist, designer, electrical engineer, photographer, and musician who is interested in building communities that are more inclusive, circular, just, and resilient.
        He makes abstract, beat-driven electronic music as part of the audio-visual duo Dayspired and is a current partner at Rhythm Section International (London, UK), where he is being mentored by record label founder Bradley Zero (DJ at BBC Radio 1, NTS Radio, Boiler Room).
      Most recently, Matthew has pursued his MFA in Graphic Design at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) after recieving his MS in Data Science from Brown University. He is a graduate researcher at Brown’s Human-Computer Interaction Lab, and the head teaching assistant for the class Machine Learning and Design. He is currently looking for engaging and rigorous full time data science, design, and systems engineering work (either remote or in-person) dealing with high-impact social or environmental problems.

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He has worked or collaborated with Google, Holition, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, British Fashion Council, Brown University HCI Lab, and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center.

Education
Rhode Island School of Design
MFA Graphic Design, 2021

Brown University
MS Data Science, 2018

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
BS Electrical Engineering, 2015



MATTHEW BEJTLICH

Matthew (b. 1991) is a data scientist, designer, electrical engineer, photographer, and musician who is interested in building communities that are more inclusive, circular, just, and resilient.
        He makes abstract, beat-driven electronic music as part of the audio-visual duo Dayspired and is a current partner at Rhythm Section International (London, UK), where he is being mentored by record label founder Bradley Zero (DJ at BBC Radio 1, NTS Radio, Boiler Room).
      Most recently, Matthew has pursued his MFA in Graphic Design at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) after recieving his MS in Data Science from Brown University. He is a graduate researcher at Brown’s Human-Computer Interaction Lab, and the head teaching assistant for the class Machine Learning and Design. He is currently looking for engaging and rigorous full time data science, design, and systems engineering work (either remote or in-person) dealing with high-impact social or environmental problems.

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Email, Resume, Music, Instagram, LinkedIn

Client list
He has worked or collaborated with Google, Holition, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, British Fashion Council, Brown University HCI Lab, and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center.










 





PREDICTING HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN NYC

The goal of this collaborative project was to use census data to create two sensible models for predicting median household income and income per capita in New York City and the surrounding area. 
        Two analytical approaches, Stepwise Selection and Shrinkage Methods, were used to select a subset of predictors. Using the variables selected, we performed multiple linear regression to model median household income and income per capita as a linear combination of the potential predictors. Starting from that baseline model, we added interaction terms and performed transformations on variables based on exploratory analysis and model diagnosis. Finally, an interpretation for each model was provided.


Client: Self
Date: 2018
Class: Statistical Learning, Brown University
Collaborators:  Yiwen Shen and Zhiwei Zhang
Instructor: Alice Paul, PhD


Matthew Bejtlich © 2020
Matthew Bejtlich © 2020