Peter Winter

Data Scientist

Peter is a Data Scientist at Datascope. He obtained his PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering at Northwestern University by avoiding chemicals and instead building tools for biologists to better quantify behavioral differences in tiny worms. Tiny worms can be hard to tell apart, so biologists watching them probably need some kind of robotic behavior quantifier thing to help out. Anyway, he enjoys wrapping his mind around fresh datasets (and slowly digesting their contents), eating tacos (also digesting their contents), biking, cooking, and public speaking about silly and non-silly topics.

Peter Winter

Data Scientist

Peter is a Data Scientist at Datascope. He obtained his PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering at Northwestern University by avoiding chemicals and instead building tools for biologists to better quantify behavioral differences in tiny worms. Tiny worms can be hard to tell apart, so biologists watching them probably need some kind of robotic behavior quantifier thing to help out. Anyway, he enjoys wrapping his mind around fresh datasets (and slowly digesting their contents), eating tacos (also digesting their contents), biking, cooking, and public speaking about silly and non-silly topics.