Dr. Boyce Byerly
Boyce Byerly has more than 15 years of experience designing and managing pure and applied research projects with high technology firms in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina. He developed the methodology and analytical tools that are the core intellectual assets of Capital Analytics. Byerly has published numerous works on knowledge representation, spatial cognition, expert systems, and computer-support cooperative work in the United States, Europe, and Africa. He earned his PhD from Duke University for interdisciplinary work in computer science and cognitive psychology, using advanced statistical techniques to investigate how the representation of information affects memory and problem solving. In addition, he holds an MS in computer science from Rutgers University, as well as an MA in psychology and an MS in computer science, both from Duke University. Byerly also completed his undergraduate degree at Duke University, graduating cum laude with a BA, double majoring in English and computer science.