Developing frameworks for performing large-scale statistical analysis

At the Institute for Analytical Sociology, I’m a part of a research initiative that studies the mechanisms and processes that explain segregation in its various forms. Specifically, my work is concerned with developing methodical frameworks for performing large-scale statistical analysis on longitudinal registry data. This endeavor includes database management, discrete choice modelling, network analysis, agent-based modelling, and spatial visualization. 

The statistical software that I use, for all of the above, is R. Specific research questions that these frameworks are intended to be applied to, include segregation of workplaces, and dynamics of school segregation.

Academic Degrees

  • MSc of Science in Statistics, 2015
  • BSc of Science in Statistics, 2013