Daniel McGibney

Asst. Professor Prof. Practice

Phone:
(305) 284-6599
Locator Code:
6544

 
About

Biography

Upon completion of his PhD in systems science and mathematics from Washington University in St. Louis, Daniel joined the mathematics department at the College of William and Mary as a visiting assistant professor for over two years, where he taught and studied analytics and machine learning courses. Outside of academia, Daniel worked as an operations research analyst at Scott Air Force Base (AFB) in Illinois for three years. There he worked as a Northrop Grumman contractor to the government and worked on several simulation and estimation projects where he served as both technical and team leader. In addition to his doctorate, Daniel has multiple Master’s degrees in engineering and mathematics from Washington University in St. Louis and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
Career

Education

Ph.D. Systems Science and Mathematics Washington University
M.S. Systems Science and Mathematics Washington University
M.S. Electrical Engineering Washington University
M.S. Mathematics, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
B.S. Electrical Engineering Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Machine learning | Simulation | Optimization | Image Processing

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Machine learning | Simulation | Optimization | Image Processing

Professional Experience

2016 - Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Management Science, Miami Herbert Business School
2014 - 2016Visiting Assistant Professor, College of William and Mary
2012 - 2013Research Assistant, Washington University
2010 - 2011National Science Foundation Graduate K-12 Fellow, Washington University
2007 - 2010Operations Research Analyst, Northrop Grumman IT, Scott Air Force Base
2007 - 2013Adjunct Professor, SouthWestern Illinois College
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Machine learning; statistical computing; optimization; deep learning; and image processing