Chief Scientist, Matt Curcio, chief scientist of Aggregate Knowledge, is in charge of "making the science work." This entails algorithm development for the massive data volumes at AK, wrangling the science team, and thought leadership for attribution modeling. Matt has been a startup scientist for over 10 years, working in diverse fields such as machine learning, recommender systems, and simulation.

His current interests are in very large data set manipulation and probabilistic streaming algorithms. Matt taught Physics as a graduate student and enjoys distilling complex problems down to clear and concise concepts.  Curcio received his M.S. from Brandeis University in computational neuroscience and a degree in Physics from Reed College.