George Pezzuti Dyer

Interests: Understanding humans and our world more deeply, Reading, Computer programming, Natural and Artificial Languages, Complex Systems, Exploring new places, Jogging, Hiking, Cooking
Worked at: University of California at Berkeley, Forio, McCallie School, University of Chicago, University of Georgia, Intelliworks LLC, Georgia Tech
Educational background: BA Spanish, Univ of GA; BS Physics, Georgia Tech; McCallie School; Lifelong learner
Books I strongly recommend: The Big Picture (Sean Carrol), Enlightenment Now (Steven Pinker), Consciousness and the Brain (Stanislas Dehaene), Gödel, Escher, Bach (Douglas Hofstadter), Thinking Fast and Slow (Daniel Kahneman), Behave (Robert Sapolsky), The Power of Habit (Charles Duhigg), Sapiens (Yuval Noah Harari), The Blank Slate (Steven Pinker), The Story of the Human Body (Daniel Lieberman), Why We Sleep (Matthew Walker), How Not to be Wrong (Jordan Ellenberg), Algorithms to Live By (Brian Christian), Super Thinking: The Big Book of Mental Models (Weinberg/McCann), Naked Economics (Wheelan), How to Avoid a Climate Disaster (Bill Gates)

I'm married to Rose and we have two children: Ada and Franklin. We have many adventures together!


contact me at geo@dyer.me