Karianne J Bergen
Dr. Karianne Bergen is a Data Science Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. Karianne received her Ph.D. and Masters in Computational and Mathematical Engineering from Stanford University, where she was advised by Professor Greg Beroza in the Department of Geophysics. Her thesis research focused on developing new algorithms to automatically identify weak earthquake signals in large seismic data sets. As a student at Stanford, she developed and co-taught a new data science short course on the fundamentals of machine learning. Karianne earned her Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics at Brown University. Prior to starting her graduate work at Stanford, Karianne worked in a data scientist role as a member of the technical staff in the Biological and Chemical Defense Systems Group at MIT-Lincoln Laboratory.