I am currently a senior quantitative analyst in Model Risk at KeyBank.
I previously worked at Bank of America as a senior data scientist / quantitative developer, and before that as a data scientist at Verisk Analytics.
My background is in computational science specializing in mathematical modeling, machine learning, high-performance computing, and geophysical applications.
In 2017 I worked with researchers at the Institute for Environmental Science and Policy of the University of Illinois at Chicago developing novel performance metrics for urban institutions. From 2015-2017 I was a postdoctoral researcher at the Maritime/Coastal Disaster Section of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute at Kyoto University, developing multi-scale models to simulate coastal flooding caused by typhoons.
Here is my resume (updated 2023). Please contact me if you'd like a detailed CV.
Click Here for details of storm surge simulations for Harvey and Irma, presented September 2017 at the Chicago Python User Group (ChiPy).
E-mail: marc.kjerland at gmail