Clarence is a doctoral student in the Marketing Unit at Harvard Business School. His research interest include viral marketing, diffusion of technology and social networks.
Before HBS, Clarence received undergraduate and graduate degrees in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, both from M.I.T. For his master’s thesis, he built a Bayesian Probabilistic Inference Engine to power User-Adaptive Morphing Websites. Prior to pursuing graduate studies, he has conducted nanotechnology research at IBM and space system design at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. In 2005, he cofounded the MIT Technology Fair, a MIT organization that showcases latest technologies from the private and public sectors.