University of Chicago
My work is broadly at the intersection of the philosophy of science and computational science of science.
In the philosophy of science, I focus on models, simulations, and artificial intelligence / machine learning in science.
In computational science of science, I use large scale, computational analysis alongside targeted intelligent surveying and field experiments to
understand how institutions and communities produce knowledge.
I am currently a joint PhD Candidate in the departments of Philosophy and the Committee on the Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science at the University of Chicago. Until recently, I was the Executive Director of KnowledgeLab (of which I am still a member).