Dr. Schwemmer is an applied mathematician with 6 years of experience applying computational and mathematical techniques to problems in the fields of neuroscience, psychology, and physics. Prior to Battelle, Dr. Schwemmer was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Princeton University and the Mathematical Biosciences Institute, where his work focused on understanding the computational properties of neural circuits in the brain that are known to be involved in decision-making and working memory processes. At Battelle, Dr. Schwemmer has worked on a number of projects applying statistical and data analytical methods to find solutions for both private and government clients. Dr. Schwemmer is an expert in modeling complex systems, and has published scientific papers in mathematics, physics, neuroscience, engineering, psychology, and neuroscience journals. He also has substantial experience presenting his work at scientific conferences as well as teaching mathematical and computational methods at various universities.