Mar 15–18, 2020

Maureen Teyssier
Chief Data Scientist, Reonomy

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Maureen Teyssier is a chief data scientist at Reonomy, a property intelligence company that is transforming the world’s largest asset class: commercial real estate. Maureen has run simulations and transformed data for almost 20 years. She has a breadth of knowledge on a variety of data, including location data, click data, image data, streaming data, public and simulated data, and experience working with data at scale, managing datasets ranging from kilobytes to terabytes. Previously, she drove technological and process advancements that resulted in 500% year over year BtoB contract growth at Enigma, a data-as-a-service company headquartered in New York City; delivered smart technology that anticipates human behavior and needs at Axon Vibe; created a smartwatch app recommender in the Insight Data Science Fellows Program; and researched galactic shapes due to the interplay between dark matter and stellar evolution as a postdoctoral associate at Rutgers University. Maureen earned her PhD in computational astrophysics from Columbia University, where she studied the evolution of galaxies by running cosmological simulations on supercomputers.

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10:00am10:30am Monday, March 16, 2020
Location: LL20A
Maureen Teyssier (Reonomy)
Despite being one of America’s largest industries, commercial real estate professionals lack insights and opportunities due to the fragmented, disparate nature of real estate information. The market is still predominantly facilitated by paper agreements, phone calls, and in-person transactions. Maureen Teyssier showcases how to use knowledge graphs to empower informed, strategic decisions. Read more.

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