Associate Professor of Informatics
Core Faculty of Cognitive Science
Myles Brand Hall 225
- Ph.D. in Information Studies at University of California, Los Angeles, 2009
I am an Associate Professor in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, the director of Center for Complex Networks and Systems Research (CNetS), a Grant Thornton Scholar, a core faculty of Cognitive Science program, and a fellow of Rob Kling Center for Social Informatics at Indiana University, Bloomington.
My research endeavors to elucidate the dynamics of science as a social and an intellectual (cognitive) endeavor by approaching science as a heterogeneous system comprising of people, ideas, documents, instruments, institutions, and policies situated in an historical context. Specifically, I strive to produce comprehensive, yet straightforward models based on theoretical and empirical findings from a wide range of fields (science, technology, and society (STS), science of science, information science, network science, economics, sociology, philosophy, history, etc.) in order to uncover and explain the fundamental principles that govern contemporary science.
I serve on the editorial boards of Scientometrics and BioScience. I am an Associate Editor for Quantitative Science Studies, the Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics and Journal of Altmetrics. I received my PhD in Information Studies at University of California, Los Angeles.
- Complex Networks and Systems
- Science of Science