Connecting Top Companies with Scientific, Technology & Engineering Advisors.
Sciencejump connects business experts, industry experts, corporate executives, and academics with consulting opportunities. Members consult virtually while maintaining their current positions, others have full-time consulting practices. Members find that consulting occasionally enables them to augment their income; stretch their intellectual talents and enhance their resumes. Learn more.
Areas of expertise include manufacturing strategy & planning, production and operations management, entrepreneurship, applied economics, early and mid-stage finance, environmental management, strategy implementation, Internet technology, consumer behavior, retailing, business & HR management, RFID and automatic identification technology, e-commerce, industrial and emerging markets, IT and telecommunications, food industry, business law, antitrust and marketing law, technology & patent law, small business consulting, franchising, business plans, feasibility studies, marketing plans, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisition integration, business ethics, international business, venture capital and organizational culture and structure.
Disciplines including industrial engineering, management, IT, mechanical engineering, machine design, manufacturing, and design.
Areas of expertise include but are not limited to the following: statistical data analysis, statistical inference, statistical computing and graphics, probability, decision analysis, expert systems, uncertainty in artificial intelligence, robust statistics and outlier detection, parameter and quantile estimation, time series analysis, data classification, information retrieval, multivariate statistical modeling, longitudinal panel data analysis, econometrics, financial data analysis and modeling, biostatistics, design and analysis of clinical trials, survey sampling, data modeling, analysis of incomplete data, regression modeling, psychometrics, computational complexity, data mining, DNA computing, computational bioengineering, Bayesian methods, finance, sports, biology, statistical analysis of employment discrimination data, marketing data analysis and model building, numerical modeling of geophysical and atmospheric data, air modeling and , geostatistics, health statistics, and recall decisions.
Areas include innovation methods, infrastructure, strategy, innovation economics, management, new product development, market entry, new product growth, global strategy, advertising, promotion, pricing, retail branding, retail brand extension, marketing in emerging markets, sports innovation, entrepreneurship, e-business, information technology, and education.
Areas include but are not limited to data analysis, statistical inference, probability models, statistical models, biostatistics, applied econometrics, survey statistics, economic statistics, environmental statistics, mental health statistics, business statistics, industrial statistics, Bayesian statistics, labor statistics, and gaming.