Alexey Deynega

Alexey Deynega

Alexey Deynega

Alexey Deynega
Over 10 years experience in software development.
Developed several software products which are currently used in academic institutions and commercial industry.
Advanced background in numerical algorithms and math acquired during the course of my scientific career.



2020 - Now Bosch
Research Engineer (Machine Learning)
2018 - 2020 Thomson Reuters
Senior Quantitative Analyst
2015 - 2018 Scotia Bank
Machine Learning /Quantitative Developer
2014 Amazon
Software Developer
2013 Northwestern University
Postdoctoral Researcher
2010 - 2013 University of Toronto
Postdoctoral Researcher
2006 - 2010 Kintech Lab
Research Scientist


2010 Moscow State University
PhD in Math and Physics

My portfolio

Craft Tapp
First local craft beer box in Canada
Online platform that helps people to discover local craft beer (Python, Django, React).
Craft Tapp works with local breweries to bring pints of their beer right to your door.
Canadian Online Healthcare Portal
Online directory showcasing thousands of doctors in Ontario (Python, Django).
It includes online booking and review system.
Data mining tool
Equally fast and efficient (Python).
Software for 3D modeling of semiconductor devices.
Microvolt (C++) is currently used in Imperial College London, Stanford University.
Electromagnetic Template Library
Parallel software for electromagnetic simulations
EMTL (C++, MPI) was awarded in the competition “Maximum scalability” held by Intel.
EMTL is currently used in GE Global Research.

Math & Algorithms

25 publications
Publications major scientific journals, including Computer Physics Communications,
Computational Science and Its Applications, Physical Review.
750 citations, h-index 16.
Alexey Deynega