Black-and-white headshot of Tyler Sloan.

Tyler Sloan

Data scientist

Tyler Sloan earned his B.Sc. and Ph.D. from McGill University. Instead of doing a traditional postdoctoral fellowship, he founded Quorumetrix, a scientific data analysis and visualization studio based in Montréal. He specializes in data visualization and 3D animation, presenting primary research data in an attractive and engaging way while maintaining robust scientific accuracy. His award-winning visualizations have been featured in prominent academic journals and conferences. Sloan embraces a generalist approach and loves the challenge of exploring new data types, and he is particularly passionate about full-dome visualization.

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