Vitalie Spinu

About me

I am a part time Assistant Professor in Behavioral Economics at Erasmus School of Economics. Here I work on modelling human behavior under risk and uncertainty in the context of behavioral finance.

Rest of my time I am a freelance data scientist. I have developed and deployed models in a variety of domains such as fraud detection, churn prediction, large scale consumer discrete choice statistical models, audio diarization, recommender systems, behavioral search engines and semantic document clustering. I develop with R/Rcpp, C++, Clojure, Java and Python and my development environment is almost exclusively Emacs.

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