Radhey Shyam received his Ph.D. in Physics from Clemson University, USA and M.S. (Computer Science & Engineering) from GJU of Science & Technology, India. At Clemson he worked in a both Computational Physics lab, utilizing high-performance computing (HPC) resources to make predictions of protein-protein docking behavior, and in Experimental Physics. He has published in several peer reviewed papers and presented his research at International conferences. At NYC Data Science Academy Radhey is very excited to deepen his knowledge of data science and apply his programming and machine learning skills to a variety of projects. At NYC Data Science Academy Radhey worked on projects as diverse as making an application to visualize data from the Federal Housing Finance Agency, to scraping Cragslist to discover the best times to look for a used car, to participating in the Higg’s Boson Kaggle competition(where his team ranked 26 inpost competition completion).