Daniel Clark, MS

Research Engineer, Center for the Developing Brain

Child Mind Institute

Daniel Clark, MS

Daniel Clark is a research engineer in the Center for the Developing Brain at the Child Mind Institute. Mr. Clark focuses on developing software to process and analyze neuroimaging datasets, as well as researching techniques in statistical analysis and algorithm optimization to enhance understanding of the functional connectivity of the human brain.

During his graduate studies, Mr. Clark focused on methods and approaches in signal processing, machine learning and computational neuroscience. Prior to graduate school, he worked as a Principal Engineer specializing in embedded systems, signal processing and software development. He has also worked as a Research Scientist for the Air Force Research Laboratories, investigating techniques in computer vision and stochastic modeling of dynamical systems.

Education

  • MS, Electrical Engineering, Columbia University
  • BS, Electrical Engineering, Villanova University