Tyler Foxworthy, Chief Scientist at DemandJump, gives a little preview about his upcoming lectures for the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) conference in Boston, MA on July 15, 2016. SIAM is a leader in both academia and the industry, focused on ensuring strong interactions within the community.
Tyler Foxworthy will be lecturing in the general conference on the autonomous identification of web technologies and will give an Ignite Talk on mapping dynamic traffic networks in the joint conference on network science.
At the conference Tyler will be discussing applied graph theory, focusing on DemandJump’s work with the mapping of dynamic traffic networks. DemandJump’s applied graph theory differs from traditional work as it is applied to a dynamic, continual flow of traffic instead of being applied to a static graph.
The SIAM Network Science Workship is held annually with the goal of facilitating discussion between communities studying network science both inside and outside of SIAM. Other lectures at this year’s conference include professors at leading research universities such as Princeton University and researchers at Fortune 500 companies like Microsoft.
For more information on the upcoming Conference check out Tyler’s in-depth video discussing both the material of his lecture and the SIAM Conference or read more on SIAM’s website.