Profiles in "Computational Modeling" Expertise Area

  • Barton is a complex systems scientist who combines anthropology, archaeology, earth science, and information technologies to study long-term dynamics and interactions of people and landscapes in the Anthropocene.
  • Allen Lee is a computer scientist and full-stack software engineer building software to support open, reusable computational social science with a focus on collective action experiments and complex adaptive systems modeling.
  • Sanabria studies basic behavioral and cognitive processes underlying behavioral regulation in various species, and applies this research to the study of psychiatric disorders.
  • Greg Stone's research interests include artificial neural networks, word recognition, mathematical modeling, and theoretical methods.
  • Vivoni is a hydrologist who focuses on interactions with climate, ecosystems and landscapes in arid and semiarid regions.
  • Werner J.A. Dahm is the ASU Foundation Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering since 2010, and is Professor Emeritus of Engineering at the University of Michigan where he served on the faculty for the previous 25 years.
  • Spiro Maroulis is a computational social scientist with a particular focus on public administration, public policy, innovation, and social networks.
  • Shail's research techniques and infrastructures enable efficient processing of critical applications like machine learning on hardware accelerators in an agile and sustainable manner. They are featured in and referred to by premier international forums.
  • Aukes runs the IDEAlab.