Sciencejump Members provide advice and consulting services for broad range of companies, sharing their specialized expertise and earning extra income. Many Members consult virtually while maintaining their current positions, others have full-time consulting practices.
Computer Science Expertise
Areas of expertise include algorithms, computational geometry, N-body and molecular simulations, quantum computing, optics and optical computing, program optimization, parallel architectures, reliable computing and fault testing, program logics, game theory, finance and investment algorithms, data compression, data mining, DNA computing, VLSI, chips, intellectual property, software, scenario planning, threats to USA, physical and cyber attacks, cyberwar, scientific and engineering computation, mobile devices, user interface, World Wide Web, language, artificial intelligence, object-oriented programming, e-learning, robotics, search engines, digital libraries, e-commerce, reasoning about uncertainty, security, fault-tolerant distributed computing, debugging, virtual reality, computer graphics, personal computers, simulation, CAD, and many others.
Areas including engineering, electronic devices, energy efficiency, electric machines and power electronics, electrical engineering, electronic packaging, failure analysis of electronic devices and technology, and semiconductor design and programming.
Areas include: electrical engineering, power, robotics, acoustical engineering, structural dynamics, analytical chemistry, biomedical engineering, microelectromechanical systems, materials science, structural engineering, nano-bio technology, and health sciences.