Integrating theory and methods with new and traditional sources of data to understand the social condition.
Developing analytics to make sense of community responses to disaster and the subsequent impact on the well-being of the community.
Advancing analytics to understand and shape learning processes, workforce dynamics, and the impact of education on labor force outcomes.
Consolidating public and private sector sources of data on medical care spending to unravel costs and impacts for a healthy population.
Partnering with industry to move beyond business analytics and develop information integration technologies that accelerate innovation.
|Ian Crandell||Postdoctoral Associate|