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Samuel Rosenblatt

Personal

  • Nationality: American
  • Address: #2212 16800 Pt. Lookout Rd., St. Mary’s City, MD 20686
  • Cellphone: 301-717-9428
  • E-mail: sfrosenblatt [at] smcm.edu

Education

  • Anticipated December 2017: St. Mary’s College of Maryland: Major in Computer Science, Major in Mathematics, Major in Sociology, Minor in Economics
  • August 2016 – December 2016: Budapest Semesters in Mathematics
  • August 2016 – December 2016: Aquincum Institute of Technology
  • August 2012 – April 2013: University of Pittsburgh
  • Current Combined G.P.A: 3.92 out of 4.0

Relevant Experience

  • May to August 2016: REU researcher, Minority Health Disparities Initiative, University of Nebraska-Lincoln:
    • Exploratory research on a network of intravenous drug users (IUD) in rural Puerto Rico with the intent to decrease the flow of disease through the network
  • May to August 2015: Economics Research Assistant, Credit Risk Analysis Division, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency:
    • Large scale data management, cleanup, analysis, and visualization
  • Jan. 2016 to May 2016: Student Consultant for Calvert Nature Society (CNS):
    • Under the guidance of a former research consultant, my team and I designed and carried out an analytical study to answer a question posed by the client organization (CNS), a local non-profit
  • August 2015 to May 2016: Math Club Treasurer-St. Mary’s College of Maryland:
    • Designed and oversaw fundraising activities
    • Handled deposits and withdrawals from budget, and presented budgetary information at meetings
  • November 2016 to Current: Philosophy Club Treasurer-St. Mary’s College of Maryland:
    • Treasurer-elect for upcoming semester

Computer and Technology Skills

  • Adept at Python, Java, Pajek, NetworkX and SAS, including parallelized SAS on the Grid.
  • Proficient using SPSS, Cytoscape, LaTeX, Mathematica, and Microsoft Office—including some advanced Excel techniques
  • Some experience using R, MATLAB, Octave, Unix, C/C++, and LISP
  • Theoretical knowledge and experience in algorithm performance analysis and optimization

Current Research Activity

  • Simulation based research on emergent phenomena concerning bridging measures: All networks
    University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Minority Health Disparities Initiative
    Co-Author: Robin Gauthier
  • Simulation based research on emergent phenomena concerning bridging measures: IDU (Intravenous Drug User) networks
    University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Minority Health Disparities Initiative
    Co-Author: Robin Gauthier
  • Dyadic variable based modeling for prediction of relationship type in RDS networks
    University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Minority Health Disparities Initiative
    Co-Author: Patrick Habecker
  • Bridging phenomena in IUD networks: Implications for disease prevention campaigns
    University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Minority Health Disparities Initiative
    Co-Author: Robin Gauthier

Academic Honors

  • AP Scholar with Honor
  • AP Scholar with Distinction
  • Deans list at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, all semesters
  • Deans List at University of Pittsburgh, both semesters

Hobbies

  • Travel
  • Hiking
  • Longboarding
  • Podcasts
  • Stand up comedy

Language Skills

  • English: Native
  • Hungarian: Basic level

Publications

  1. ARRAYS IN SAS: An Introduction Into Basic Usage and an Exploration of Select Advanced Concepts (2015)
    Samuel R, Arnav S
    Bi-Monthly SAS User’s Group Meeting-Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
  2. PROC FCMP: Creating Custom Functions (2015)
    Samuel R
    Bi-Monthly SAS User’s Group Meeting-Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
  3. The Value of Preserved Land: A Hedonic Pricing Analysis of Land Use in Calvert
    County, Maryland (2016)
    Samuel R, Emily L, Laura K
    St. Mary’s College of Maryland Local Non-Profit Symposium & Whitepaper for Calvert Nature Society’s distribution
  4. Hidden Risk: Examining Risk Brokerage in Intravenous Drug User Networks in Rural Puerto Rico (2016)
    Samuel R, Kirk D
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln Summer Research Symposium
Samuel Rosenblatt
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