DemandJump's Chief Scientist Selected to TechPoint Tech 25
by Brennan Walker, on July 13, 2016
"TechPoint, the growth initiative for Indiana’s tech ecosystem, is recognizing Indiana’s tech builders with the announcement of the second annual Tech 25 Class of 2016."
The Tech 25 selects twenty-five of the top individuals in Indiana tech, with contributions ranging from Data Science and Development, to Sales, Marketing, and even Human Resources.These exceptional performers are recognized for helping grow our community's tech and tech-enabled companies, but who are not top executives, and therefore not celebrated publicly as often as they deserve.
DemandJump is proud to announce that our very own Chief Scientist, Tyler Foxworthy, was selected as a member of this prestigious list.
Throughout Tyler's short, but impactful professional career, he has tackled problems in domains ranging from brain mapping and mass spectrometry to fraud detection and algorithmic stock trading.
Most recently, Tyler has set his sights (and brains) on the most complex and unanswered problems surrounding on- and offline marketing—most notably attribution and return on marketing investment.
Using a novel mixture of graph theory, algebraic topology, and cutting edge machine learning techniques, Tyler is a driving force behind all the nuts and bolts of the DemandJump operation.
On a personal note, we couldn't be more proud of Tyler. His functional application of mathematics and problem solving skills to the world of marketing is nothing short of remarkable.
Tyler is an irreplaceable member of this team. His contributions to DemandJump, Indiana Tech, and the Marketing industry as a whole are large. And he's only just getting started.