Imaginary Number is Evan Shelhamer:
PhD-to-be, freelance developer, and researcher.
I solve complex problems in research, business, and life by:
- developing, adapting, and analysing research software & tools
- devising, assembling, and programming experiment apparatus
- developing, designing, and deploying web applications and sites
I have over eight years’ experience in freelance development spanning large-scale web applications, computer science research programming, statistical analysis & tool development, psychological research apparatus and automation, and commercial & non-profit sites.
I hone my skills as a PhD student & scientific programmer in UC Berkeley EECS. I earned dual degrees in Computer Science (AI concentration) and Psychology at UMass Amherst.
To learn more about my professional experience & qualifications,
please refer to my career profile.
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