It's that time!!!!!!! It's March Madness!
Join us as we talk to Dr. Tim Chartier, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Davidson College. He specializes in data analytics. Working with Davidson College students, he supplies analytics for the men's basketball team at the college. Tim has also consulted on sports analytics problems for ESPN's Sport Science program, the Weather Channel, the NBA and a fantasy sports site.
In 2014, Tim was named the inaugural Math Ambassador for the Mathematical Association of America, which also recognized his ability to communicate math with a national teaching award. His research and scholarship were recognized with the prestigious Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship. Tim has written 2 books that gives details on his bracketology methods for March Madness: Math Bytes: Google Bombs, Chocolate-Covered Pi, and Other Cool Bits in Computing and When Life is Linear: from Computer Graphics to Bracketology. Tim has also been a resource for a variety of media inquiries, which include appearances with NPR, the CBS Evening News, USA Today and The New York Times.
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