Networks and Terrorism Ph.D. Projects
Efforts to support Ph.D. projects on intelligence gathering and information assurance:
- Complex systems represented as networks of relationships - Strategic Network Formation, Spatial Logistical Networks, Network Structure Analysis - George Davis (Kathleen M. Carley, chair)
- Social Structure Simulation and Inference using Artificial Intelligence Techniques, Ph.D. Thesis - Maksim Tsvetovat (Kathleen M. Carley, chair)
- Impacts of information sharing and information assurance on performance of agencies faced with gaining information on a dynamic and deceptive group - Robert Behrman (Kathleen M. Carley, chair)
A desktop computer investigative tool that estimates the size and structure of networked and cellular organizations from disparate data sources.
- Utilization of Bayesian updating and machine learning techniques to estimating the shape of hidden networks among people - Matthew Dombroski (chairs Paul Fishbeck and Kathleen M. Carley), paper won best student paper award in 2002 CASOS conference.
A multi-agent tool that intelligence analysts can use to visualize the sudden, non-linear, emergent events, including attacks on the critical infrastructure, that can characterize asymetric threat operations in urban settings - Marcus Louie (Kathleen M. Carley, chair).