IUNI has over 165 faculty affiliates from across IU. You may browse through listings below – clicking on a name will expand to show you full listings. You may also search through keywords and biographies in the search bar below.
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|Escanciano, Juan Carlos||Economics, College of Arts and Sciences / IUB|
Bio: Dr. Juan Carlos Escanciano is originally from Madrid, Spain. He attended Universidad Complutense de Madrid, where he received a B.S. in math, and University Carlos III de Madrid where he received a Ph.D. in Economics in 2004. Following two years on the faculty of the Universidad de Navarra, in Pamplona, Spain, Dr. Escanciano came to Indiana University in 2006 as an Assistant Professor of Economics. His research interests fall broadly into the area of econometric theory and applications, with a recent emphasis on identification of flexible econometric models.
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|Garcia, Filomena||Economics, College of Arts and Sciences / IUB|
Bio: Filomena Garcia is Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics of Indiana University. Her main research interests are Industrial Organization and Game Theory. She has been using strategic network theory to understand the emergence of R&D networks and their effects for competition policy.
Keywords: Best practices in networksFriendship networksGame theoryGraph theoryInformationInter-organizational networksIntra-organizational networksMathematical theoriesMobile phone networksNetwork structureNetwork theoryNetworked InnovationOptimization of networksPolicy networksPolitical networksTeaching networksTrade
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|Melo, Emerson||Economics, College of Arts and Sciences / IUB|
Bio: Dr. Melo is assistant professor at the Department of Economics at Indiana University Bloomington. He received his PhD in Social Sciences, from California Institute of Technology, June 2013. His research interest are Game Theory, Microeconomic theory, Economic and Social Networks, and Applied Econometrics. From 2013-2015, did his Postdoc at the Cornell Theory of Computation group and the Center for the Interface of Networks, Computing, and Economics (CINCE). He was junior researcher at the Central Bank of Chile, January 2006 to August 2008.
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|Razo, Armando||Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences / IUB|
Bio: Professor Razo's research interests are in the field of comparative politics, with special interests in the political economy of development and comparative analysis of networks and institutions. His research and teaching center around two themes: (1) how political institutions in developing countries affect economic performance; and (2) the study of political institutions and political organization in nondemocratic settings. Current research projects include the development of an ontology and linguistic corpus for comparative analysis of networks in international development. He teaches courses on networks and institutions, quantitative contextual analysis, development, positive political economy, and Latin American politics. He is the author of Social Foundations of Limited Dictatorship, published by Stanford University Press in 2008, which advances a network theory of private policymaking. A student of economic history, he is also co-author with Stephen Haber and Noel Maurer of The Politics of Property Rights (2003).
Disciplines: Political Science
Keywords: Affiliation networksCo-evolution of networks and behaviorComputational Social SciencesCorporate networksData collectionEgocentric networksExponential random graph modelsGame theoryGraph theoryInter-organizational networksMathematical theoriesNetwork structureNetwork theoryPolicy networksPolitical networksTeaching networksText analysisTool development for networks
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|Yan, Xiaoran||IU Network Science Institute / IUB|
Bio: Xiaoran Yan is an Assistant Research Scientist at Indiana University Network Science Institute. His research concerns mathematical theories and models of networks, with a focus on community structures and dynamical processes on networks. Through cross-disciplinary collaborations, his work is being applied to diverse areas including social networks, neuroimaging and science of science studies. He worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Information Sciences Institute of University of Southern California. Before that, he was a graduate fellow at Santa Fe Institute. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science at University of New Mexico.
Disciplines: Computer science
Keywords: Best practices in networksBig data and networksBlock modelsBrain NetworksCommunity detectionDeep learningdistributed graph learningsignal processing on networksDiffusionDynamical processesEgocentric networksEpidemicsExponential random graph modelsGame theoryGraph theoryLongitudinaldynamic modelsMathematical theoriesMultilayermultiplex networksNeuroimagingScience of scienceTool development for networks