Alex Lemann is a founding member of Caktus Consulting Group. He was involved in the computer science groups at Earlham working on a number of projects including research on theory of formal languages, computational science education using cluster computing, and embedded systems used to collect data on weather and energy consumption.
Alex splits his time between Caktus and continuing his computer science studies at DePaul University where he is finishing up a Masters degree. At DePaul, Alex has focused on data analysis using both statistical as well as machine learning techniques.
Alex has a wide variety of geeky interests such as learning about open source technology and communities, cluster computing, energy monitoring, software engineering, and user experience design. When taking a break from work and studies he enjoys gardening, playing with his dogs, and running.