Dr. Barton specializes in long-term human ecology and landscape dynamics, hunter/gatherer and early farming societies, geoarchaeology, lithic technology, evolutionary theory with an emphasis on human/environmental interaction, landscape dynamics and techno-economic change.
Dr. Hettel’s research primarily focuses on big data analysis and text mining, corporate communications in government regulated industries, organizational culture assessments, and best practices for leveraging computational research methods in the humanities.
Anuj Mubayi is an applied mathematical scientist with research that requires competency in nonlinear dynamics, bifurcation analysis, stochastic processes, uncertainty and sensitivity analysis, parameter estimation and modeling. Through his direct interactions with biologist and social scientists he has enhanced his knowledge of epidemiology and social networks.
Dr. Rey specializes in open source geocomputation, spatial econometrics, spatial data analysis, economic geography, integrated multiregional modeling, and regional science.
Rahul leads the software development and computer systems teams at the Decision Theater. He is in charge of the entire software development process and his responsibilities include project planning, requirements management, quality assurance and final deployment.
Dr. Matthew Scotch's research interest is in the intersection of public health informatics and bioinformatics, specifically linking health data on animals and humans to support surveillance of zoonotic diseases (diseases transmittable between animals and humans). He is also working on developing an informatics system to support phylogeography of zoonotic RNA viruses.
Simeone’s research explores how human knowledge and the use and imagination of data transform around momentous and unexpected events such as technological breakthroughs and transformations in the environment. He also works with a number of cyberinfrastructure projects that address video analysis, text analytics, and decision support. He received his PhD in English at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship under the auspices of the Illinois Informatics Institute at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.
Dr. Vivoni specializes in hydrologic model developments and applications at the intersection with atmospheric science, ecology and geomorphology. His interests include hydrologic processes and water resources in natural and built environments.
Carson Farmer is an Assistant Professor in the Geography Department of the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he focuses on spatial-temporal analysis and data-intensive modeling of dynamic geographical processes. Carson’s research falls under the general banner of ‘computational GIScience’ and encompasses work on networks, transportation, big data, snow/water processes, and geospatial algorithms.
Dr. Sirish Namilae joined Aerospace engineering department in 2014 after a six year career at Boeing. He earned a master’s degree in materials science from Indian Institute of Science and a PhD in mechanical engineering from Florida State University. Subsequently, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Dr Namilae’s specialization is in the areas of solid mechanics and materials science.
The primary research interests of Dr. Srinivasan include Scientific and High Performance Computing, Applications, Parallel Algorithms, Mathematical Software, Stochastic techniques for linear algebra, and Computational nanotechnology. His research is funded by NSF and DoD. Dr. Srinivasan developed the SPRNG Scalable Parallel Random Number Generation software, which is used by major organizations worldwide.
"Winslow Burleson joined the New York University College of Nursing as Associate Professor in September 2014. Previously, Win was an Assistant Professor at the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering, in the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering, and Senior Sustainability Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at Arizona State University." - nursing.nyu.edu
"Dr. Rowe is an interdisciplinary researcher fostering collaborations that leverage computer science and applications of data acquisition, storage, security, modeling, visualization, analysis and interpretation into research, education and entrepreneurship. His research has involved digital libraries, educational technologies, and modeling and visualization of 3D and geospatial information." - NYU-X
Godchaux has strong expertise in geospatial technologies, both in the physical and social sciences. He has worked with a wide range of organizations to build and execute data visualization strategies. Godchaux has a professional background in policy analysis and program evaluation and he is also a trained geologist.
Prashad is an expert in data science and specializes in data visualization and analysis for social and environmental issues. Prashad has an academic background in the Earth sciences, focused on urban research and geologic hazards.
Dr. Youn has researched on on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Science Gateways/Portals, and Big Data Benchmarking in designing and building software infrastructure, platforms and applications.
Dr. Anselin specializes in spatial data analysis and geographic information science, with applications in regional economics, environmental economics, real estate economics as well as in epidemiology, as well as criminology and political science. He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2008 and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2011.
Dr. Nyerges specializes in GIS Databases and Programming, as well as Geographic Information Representation.
Ms. Roderick specializes in the synthetic nature of social and ecological systems, with a specific focus on water management issues.
Dr. Laura is currently with the US Geological Service in Flagstaff. His research interests include Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Python: Big Data Manipulation, Remotely Sensed Planetary Data Analysis, and more. He has worked at both the USGS Astrogeology Department and Penn State Lunar Lion.