Data Science at NASA's Jet Propulsion | Mentor Circle

Program: Mentorship Program
Start: October 9, 2020, 12:00 PM CDT
End: October 9, 2020, 1:00 PM CDT
Location: Zoom Meeting Online
Host name: Valentino Constantinou


During the discussion, Valentino will talk about his internship experience at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and how it turned into his full-time position. He will include information about the culture at JPL, what the teams are like and how they collaborate, and what to expect with internships at the lab.

Valentino Constantinou is a data scientist in the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's (JPL) Chief Technology and Innovation Office, pursuing and developing solutions for effective anomaly detection and management. He serves as the principal investigator for a multi-year effort in developing anomaly (alarm) management products to direct operations engineers' attention during periods of anomaly (alarm) flood, and is part of the the JPL's involvement in the DARPA SafeDocs program (building safe document parsers). Although originally from Cyprus, Valentino grew up in East Tennessee prior to leaving the area for his current home in Los Angeles, California, with time in Evanston purusing a master's degree in Analytics (MSiA) from Northwestern University. Valentino earned bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Tennessee in 2014.

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