Computational Social Science

“Given the complexities of modern society, both domestically and internationally, the development of sophisticated tools in the computational social sciences will assume increasing importance as we address challenges in diplomacy, natural resource allocation, the migration of populations owing to drought, famine, and war, and a range of other issues.” 

– Kim L. Boyer, Interim Dean of UAlbany’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

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