Prof. Daniel Sewell
Prof. Sewell is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biostatistics in the College of Public Health. He is also part of the Cluster Faculty from Iowa Informatics Initiative. Prof. Sewell's research interests include statistical models and inference for network data, in particular the statistical analysis of dynamic social networks. For more details, please visit his homepage.
Prof. Ariel Aloe
Prof Aloe is an Assistant Professor in the department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations in the College of Education. Dr. Aloe's research interests include Synthesis/Meta-analysis and Mixed-models. YOu can learn more about Dr. Aloe's research at his homepage.
Prof. Brandon LeBeau
Prof. LeBeau is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Measurement and Statistics in the College of Education. Prof. Lebeau's research interests broadly fit into the categories of Linear Mixed Model Methodology, Reproducible Research and Computationally Intensive Procedures. You can learn more about Dr. LeBeau's research at his homepage.
Dr. Kang Pyo Lee
Dr. Lee is an Data Scientist in the ITS-Research Services and Iowa Informatics Initiative. Dr. Lee's research interests include Social Media Analytics. For more details, please visit UI3's people page to know more about him.
Prof. Frederick Boehmke
Prof. Boehmke is a Professor in the Department of Political Science in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Director of Iowa Social Science Research Center. Prof. Boehmke's research focuses on the effect of direct democracy on interest groups and on policy diffusion across the American states. You can learn more about Dr. Boehmke's research at his homepage.