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Reilly is a Harvard
graduate, with a Ph.D. in Physics from Stanford University. He was supported
by a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship as well as a National Science Foundation
Fellowship while at Stanford. After completing his doctorate, he served for
six years as an Assistant Professor of Physics at Tufts University. During
the following eight years Reilly worked in housing and urban research as
a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard Business School, at the Boeing Company,
at the Harvard-MIT Joint Center for Urban Studies, and at Abt Associates
of Cambridge, MA as a Senior Project Manager.
Reilly went on
to co-found Consulting Statisticians with Joseph Fisher, Ph. D. Six years
later, Reilly joined the ARCON Corporation (a privately held radar and
communications firm) as a Senior Scientist, where he worked on software and
hardware design for a major FAA project. Then he returned to work with Dr.
Fisher as a Senior Research Scientist at InterData.
With over 25 years
experience, Reilly is a master of market segmentation and uses
advanced clustering and neural network techniques. He also does sophisticated
simulation modeling, regression analysis, sales forecasting, advertising
program evaluations, and market research.
He has used these
skills in a wide variety of industries including: publishing (Time-Life and
the Boston Globe), packaged goods (General Foods, General Mills and Fisher
Price), banking (Wells Fargo), financial services (GM Credit Card and Wald
Harkrader and Ross), urban planning (Harvard-MIT and the White House), and
automotive (General Motors and VW of America).
his credit, Reilly served as an expert witness in survey analysis for
the FTC, served as director of a project to bring full office automation
to the FAA procurement office and is the author of 17 professional papers