COMPUTATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE

Brendon Fuhs

Brendon entered the CSS PhD program in Fall 2012 and is a graduate research assistant at GMU's Center for Social Complexity on an NSF-funded project to model the effects of climate change on society. Brendon's primary research interest is in modeling public opinion formation as a product of text-based discourse and frame-based cognition. He holds a B. Sci. in Mathematics from University of Alaska Fairbanks. Brendon is advised by Prof. Claudio Cioffi.