Deacon Walsh is a PhD scholar from MIT. His research focuses on the development of new algorithms for analyzing data from large-scale networks. Deacon has been working on this topic since he was an undergraduate, and his work has been published in several peer-reviewed journals.
Deacon is also an expert in statistical analysis and machine learning, which he studied as an undergraduate at Cornell University and graduate student at Stanford University. In addition to his academic work, Deacon has worked as an editor at various peer reviewed journals and is currently an editor for the Journal of Applied Physics. Deacon has also served as an associate editor for two different journals in the field of physics and applied mathematics, where he helped to manage the publication process, review submissions, and work with authors on improving their manuscripts.