Abigail Nussey joined Wolfram Research in 2007. She has a bachelor's degree in physics (2004) and a master's degree in math (2007) from Boston University. She has been involved in the Wolfram Science Summer School for five years: five years as event director, two years as a participant, one year as teaching assistant, and one year as an instructor. She presented on cellular automata over graph topologies at the 2008 Midwest NKS Conference, which was later written into an article and published in Complex Systems. She paints, sings classical soprano, and writes speculative fiction. Abigail is the Event Director at the Wolfram Science Summer School.
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