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Doctorates in Computational Social Science were conferred upon ten of our CSS students at the recent Convocation ceremony for the College of Science. We are so proud of them and of their tremendous accomplishment. Following are the students along with the titles of their dissertations:

  • Thomas J. Dover, Implementing a Complex Social Simulation of the Violent Offending Process: The Promise of a Synthetic Offender
  • Jose Manuel Magallanes, Climate Change and the Potential for Conflict and Extreme Migration in the Andes: A Computational Approach for Interdisciplinary Modeling and Anticipatory Policy Making
  • David P. Masad, Agents in Conflict: Comparative Agent-based Modeling of Intrnational Crises and Conflicts
  • Hugh James McFarlane, An Agent-based Model of Community Authority Structure Resilience
  • Cristina Metgher, A Computational Social Science Approach to the Social Determinants of Cancer
  • Nathan Palmer, Individual and Social Learning: Bounded Rationality from First Principles
  • Ovi Chris Rouly, Towards Emergent Social Complexity
  • Holly Ann Russo, Explaining Box Office Performance from the Bottom up: Data, Theories, and Models
  • Stephen L. Scott, Computational Modeling for Marine Resource Management
  • Hyungsik Shin, An Essay on Micro Heterogeneity and the Evolution of Inequality

Posted 5/12/16.

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