CASOS News 2011
Professor Kathleen M. Carley is featured in the October 2011 (Volume 8, Number 4) issue of Carnegie Mellon Today. The article is titled "Nowhere to Hide" and is written by Melissa Silmore. The article is available at this link: [Link]
Researchers from CASOS worked with USMA's Network Science Center. Professor Kathleen M. Carley, along with Ph.D. students Michael Lanham and Kenny Joseph presented a workshop at West Point during September 21-23. The Network Science Center at West Point's monthly publication "Advancing the Study of Network Science" discussed the workshop in the September 2011 release (Volume 1, Issue 2). The newsletter is available here: [PDF]
Professor Kathleen M. Carley is featured on the Carnegie Mellon University homepage. The corresponding news article is in the Next Generation Computing section and the article is titled "Predicting Change." The CMU homepage news blurb says "News breaks of an insurgency. Unknown players emerge as leaders. The U.S. government must answer key questions about these individuals as quickly as possible. Enter Kathleen M. Carley. The Carnegie Mellon University professor is called on to analyze evolving societies, terrorist networks, even a government's readiness to respond to a pandemic." Read the article here. Archival PDF files are available here: CMU Homepage [PDF] | "Predicting Change" article [PDF]
- Professor Kathleen M. Carley was quoted in "Death of Osama bin Laden expected to have little effect on al-Qaida, experts say" which was posted on May 3, 2011 on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette website. The article is available here.
- Professor Kathleen M. Carley was quoted in "Web of War" in volume 471 of Nature which was written by Sharon Weinberger and published on March 31, 2011. The article discusses how the Pentagon is using computational social science to analyze wars. CASOS's Organization
Risk Analyzer (ORA) is a featured tool in the article. The article is available here.