Interdisciplinary researcher interested in using computational modeling and analysis to study national security, urban and online behaviors, and other topics.
My research involves the application of behavioral ecological models to archaeological problems with a focus on Pacific Island societies.
Simulation of emergent behavior systems and metrics associated with the detection and characterization of emergent phenomena.
I am interested in modeling social behavior. I have been working in the field of labor economics and industrial relations and how micro-simulations determine aggregate outcomes.
Graduate student in Disaster Science and Management at the University of Delaware.
My research focuses pn the intersection between game theory, social networks, and multi-agent simulations. The objectives of this scientific endeavor are to inform policy makers, generate new technological applications, and bring new insight into human and non-human social behavior. My research focus is on the transformation of cultural conventions, such as signaling and lexical forms, and on many cell models models of stem cell derived clonal colony.
Because the models I analyze are formally defined using game theory and network theory, I am able to approach them with different methods that range from stochastic process analysis to multi-agent simulations.
My PHD project focuses on understanding factors influencing individual sustainable consumption behaviour and how these factors could promote a sustainability transition.