Postdoctoral Research Scholar

University of Southern California

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Introduction

I am currently a DARPA-funded Postdoctoral Research Scholar in Agent-Based Social Simulation Modeling at the University of Southern California (USC). Previously, I was Postdoc in the the CESAR Lab (Cognitive Embodied Social Agents Research) in the College of Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University. In addition to conducting my DARPA research, I manage Dr. Lynn Carol Miller's lab on Games and Personality Pyschology. Finally, I lead the M3 Lab, a multi-disciplinary, collaborative group engaging in research on morality, games, and inclusivity.

Research
& Methodologies

My academic roots are as a cognitive scientist/psychologist. Since my beginnings, I have learned and applied concepts and tools to this cognitive cognitive foundations, such as neuroscience, media effects, media psychology, virtual environments, and agent modeling. I utilize visualizations, intelligent artificial agents, computational tools (agent modeling, machine learning), and experimental design to address my curiosities about human behavior.

Inclusivity

As a postdoc at USC, I am fortunate to have access to resources that may be inaccessible for some. Given this privilege, I am actively seeking new ways to advocate for inclusivity in academia. In addition to addressing racial and gender biases, I push for inclusivity in terms of culture (international colleagues), personality (introverted), communicative and learning styles.

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