Aurélie Jean has been working for more than 15 years as a research scientist and an entrepreneur in computational sciences, applied to engineering, medicine, education, economy, finance, and journalism.
From 2009 to 2016, Aurélie worked at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and The Pennsylvania State University where she conducted her research on traumatic brain injury and cardiac tissue engineering using computer models.
From 2016, Aurelie was a senior software developer for two years at Bloomberg in NYC, at the equity team and at the key insights team.
In 2016, she launched In Silico Veritas, a development and consulting agency on data, algorithms and computer simulations.
Today, Aurélie works and lives between the USA (Los Angeles) and France (Paris) where she shares her time between consulting, writing, research, and teaching in graduate schools and executive education mainly at MIT. Aurélie is also a scientific advisor for several companies, an independent member of a few boards in Europe and the USA, and a mentor at the Frontier Development Lab at NASA. She is a science editorial contributor for several magazines including Le Point, Les Echos or Elle International. Aurélie is also an external collaborator for The Ministry of Education of France. Aurélie published two books, De l’autre côté de la Machine (2019) and L’apprentissage fait la force (2020) at L’Observatoire. In 2021, Aurélie co-founded DPEEX, a AI deep tech startup in precision and predictive medicine applied to breast cancer, where she is the Chief AI Officer.
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