Joined RSI in 2021
- Data culture modernization
- Data modeling
- Computer application development
I completed a Bachelor of Science in chemistry and nanotechnology at Carleton University and a Ph.D. in chemistry and nanotechnology at the University of Waterloo. My doctoral thesis was on the movement of energy (effectively excited electrons) through semiconducting oxides. During that time I developed a passion for computer applications using Python and MATLAB extensively to simulate the movement of energy in thin films.
After finishing my Ph.D., I developed and released multiple Android applications to help investors manage risk when trading derivatives, and calculate the uncertainty on measured quantities.
Paul Stanish: Current Focus
Paul Stanish joined Risk Sciences International in 2021 as a Risk Analyst. Paul’s current focus is on using emerging tools to modernize clients’ understanding of risk and streamlining and rationalization of their data culture.