Teaching

In teaching. my main focus is on methodological courses in the Applied Social Analysis Master program. I am the main responsible for the following courses of that program:

4SO438 - Introduction: explanation in the social sciences
4XA110 - Quantitative methods in Social Science
4SO441 - Quantitative methods II
4SO456 - Experimental Methods

Research

I am a member of the Computational Social Science group at the center for Data Intensive Sciences and Applications (DISA). In general, I am interested in the application of computer based methods to study a broad set of social phenomena. My publications span the following areas:

Cooperation in social dilemmas
Uncertainty in decision making
Computational Social Sciences in general (Agent-based modeling, Social Network Analysis, online experiments)
Statistics, machine learning and data mining in general

 

Publications

Article in journal (Refereed)

Conference paper (Refereed)