Todd Chapman

Todd is the mathematical wizard who provides the unique knowledge of numerical methods, combined with amazing research grade coding skills, required to develop the theory behind Hypernet’s DAC algorithm, and then actually create it. Todd has a long list of achievements, including having a PhD from Stanford University, receiving the Department of Defense Science and Engineering Fellowship, working on NASA’s Cassini mission, modeling for TARDEC, and more. Todd is especially interested in developing fault tolerant algorithms and stabile neural network architectures–and it is no wonder that he is also a cofounder of Hypernet. Todd enjoys collecting first editions, and sometimes he even reads them.