Who am I?

I am a PhD student in the Cognitive and Information Sciences department at University of California Merced

What I do

I study emergence of social inequality, how inequality influences human behaviors, and belief dynamics in society. The tools that I deploy include computational modeling, such as dynamical system and agent-based models, and observational data of the real-world.

Past experience

Prior to my current PhD program, I worked as a data scientist at a consulting firm in Bangkok. I also completed my Master's program in computer science at University of Souther California with a research project on utilizing machine learning with multimodal behavioral data to facilitate the annotation of utterances in psychotherapy sessions.

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