Alexander Langevin

Peter and Crisler Quick Jefferson Fellow
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
B.S. Carleton College (2010)
M.S. University of Strathclyde (2011)
M.S. Duquesne University (2018)
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Engineering and Society


Alex Langevin is a graduate student in systems and information engineering at the University of Virginia. His primary fields of interest include statistical and machine learning and related topics, including missing data handling. Alex received his B.S. in international business from Carleton University, his M.S. in banking and finance from the University of Strathclyde, and his M.S. in computational mathematics from Duquesne University. His interdisciplinary background continues to inform his interest in machine learning and pursuit of novel applications in finance, healthcare and other domains where privacy-preservation is important.

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