Hanshu is an Assistant Professor at the School of Psychology at Central China Normal University in Wuhan, China.
Korosh is continuing to pursue this research interests in Artificial Intelligence, Evolutionary Game Theory, Self-Organized Temporal Criticality, Complexity Matching, and Dynamic Complex Networks.
Dr. Fakhari moved to California as continues to pursue research projects as a freelance researcher.
Dr. Rajivan took a faculty position at the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department at University of Washington, WA.
Dr. Aharonov returned to Israel as a researcher in industry.
Dr. Chrabaszcz took a data scientist position at the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.
Dr. Yu took a postdoctoral research position in the Biomedical Ethics Unit at McGill University in Montreal, Québec.
Dr. Moisan took a research associate position in the Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge.
Dr. Konstantinidis took a postdoc fellow position in the School of Psychology, University of New South Wales in Australia.
Dr. Harman took an Assistant Professor position at Louisiana State University.
Dr. Ben-Asher took a researcher position with the Army Research Laboratory.
Dr. Mehlhorn moved back to the Netherlands and currently teaches at the Department of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Groningen.
Dr. Kumar took a post-doc position in the School of Government and Public Policy at University of Arizona, Tucson.
Dr. Saleem took an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Dutt took an Assistant Professor position in the School of Computing and Electrical Engineering and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi campus in India.
Dr. Martin took an Assistant Professor position in Strategic Communication at the University of Minnesota's School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Dr. Saner took an Assitant Research Scientist position at the Center for Advanced Study of Language, University of Maryland.
Dr. Brunstein took a teaching faculty position at the Qatar campus of Carnegie Mellon University.
Dr. Martin took a Project Scientist position for the Institute for Software Research at Carnegie Mellon University.
Dr. Fu took an Assistant Professor position in the Human Factors Department and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Dr. Madhavan took an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Psychology and Human Factors at Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA.
Dr. Cronin took an Assistant Professor position in Management at George Mason University.
Dr. Quesada took a researcher position at the Adaptive Behavior and Cognition group at the Max Planck Institute in Berlin, Germany.
Disha is a junior in Computer Science with a minor in Decision Science. She is excited to combine her interests in computer science, behavioral economics, and data science in her research.
Alison studying as an MD/PhD student in the Medical Scientist Training Program at University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Carnegie Mellon University.
Peijie is majoring in Decision Science with a double major in Economics & Statistics.
Max is studying Behavioral Economics, Policy, and Organizations with a minor in Humanities Analytics. He is interested in the intersection of decision science, computation, and environmental justice.
Andrew is currently studying Statistics and Machine Learning with a minor in Computer Science. He is interested in the applications and theory behind data science, deep learning, and AI.
Max is currently in the department of Social and Decision Sciences pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Decision Science and Minor in Business Administration at Carnegie Mellon University.
Orsi is taking her talents, skills, and work ethic to California.
Dr. Hagmann accepted a position as a Taubman Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Dr. De La Maza returned to Chile to become the Head of Division Environment and Climate Change at the Ministry of Energy.
Qiao is an undergraduate student at Carnegie Mellon University, double majoring in Economics and Statistics and Psychology.
Sabina is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University.
Nalyn concluded her work in the lab in order to focus on her application to graduate school.
Emily returned to New York to complete her Ph.D in Psychometrics and Quantitative Psychology at Fordham University.
Germán returned to Spain to complete his Ph.D in Computer Science and Technology at Carlos III University in Madrid.
Fei moved to Seattle, WA. She will join the Ph.D. program in Industrial/Organizational psychology at Seattle Pacific University.
Melisa returned to the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) to complete her Ph.D. in the Experimental Analysis of Behavior Program.
Dr. von Grabe went back to Germany to continue his research as an Assistant Professor at the University of Liechtenstein.
Sam moved to University of Rochester to start his Ph.D program.
Hui returned to Tsinghua University to finish her undergraduate study.
Dr. Gharbi took a postdoc fellow position in the PLAIT lab at Northeastern University.
Pingtao was a visiting faculty member from Northeastern University in China, where he is an Associate Professor.
Hau-yu went back to school for her masters in human-computer interaction at Carnegie Mellon University.
Eric Liang Qi was a visiting scholar and a Ph.D student in Social Medicine and Public Health Management from Second Military Medical University in Shanghai, China. Eric returned to China, where he will be working at his home institution after graduation.
Robert returned to ETH Zurich to complete his Ph.D. dissertation.
Angela returned to Sun Yat-Sen University for her program. She hopes to pursue a graduate degree after graduating.
Sukrit has returned to India and is hoping to pursue a graduate degree in research.
Vincent hopes to pursue a Masters in Computer Science at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
Neeraj is currently pursuing his Masters in Information Technology at Carnegie Mellon University.
Young-Suk has completed his Master's in Software Engineering at Carnegie Mellon. He is now with Pearson, a leading education services company.
Jani was a visiting Fullbright Scholar from Finland between June 2011 and July 2012. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. from the Department of Social and Health Management at the University of Eastern Finland (Kuopio Campus).
Karen was a senior undergraduate student at Carnegie Mellon University who formerly studied architecture but is now majoring in Decision Science.
Michelle is an undergraduate student double majoring in Economics and Decision Science attending Carnegie Mellon University.
Tina is an undergraduate student at Carnegie Mellon University, pursuing a B.S. in Social & Decision Science. She is also working towards an additional major in Policy & Management and a minor in Japanese.
Ripta received his Bachelor's in Information Systems and an additional Bachelor's in Statistics from Carnegie Mellon University in 2007.
Olivia was an undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University pursuing a B.S. in Decision Science. She is also working towards an additional major in Policy and Management and minor in Business Administration.
Sylvia Lee is currently a graduate from Carnegie Mellon University with a degree in Public Policy Management. Her previous research experiences is at Infant Language and Learning Lab and Center for Behavioral Decision Research.
Wei Siong was a Ph.D. student in the Social and Decision Sciences department at Carnegie Mellon University. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree with Highest Honors in Psychology from the University of Michigan in 2007.
Haritha was an undergraduate student at Carnegie Mellon University. She was pursuing a B.S. in Information Systems and a minor in Business Administration.
Lisa Czlonka completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Theology from the University of Notre Dame. She earned her MSW from the University of Hawaii and MBA from Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business in May of 2009.
Dr. Best is a Principal Scientist for Adaptive Cognitive Systems, LLC.
Alex worked in the DDMLab as an early graduate student, studying psychological factors in the management of dynamic systems (e.g., the roles of working memory and learning). After graduating, Alex took a post-doc position at the National Institutes of Health.
Semiha was a PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University, in the Computer Aided Engineering Program and worked as a Research Associate in the lab. Semiha concluded her work with the lab to focus on her thesis.
Frank was a Research Associate in the DDM Lab. Following his work with the DDM Lab, Frank accepted a research position for a private industry in San Diego, CA that does contract work with the military.
Jack was the main tool developer in the DDMLab, developing software simulations and tools for data analysis. Following his work with the lab, Jack moved to Oregon, to work near his family.
Chris was a part-time Master's student in CMU's Human Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) and worked as a Research Associate in the lab. Following his work in the lab, he took a position in industry in Pittsburgh, PA.
At the DDMLab, Eric worked on integrating ACT-R with other simulators, focusing on the application of intelligent systems.
In May 2001, Colleen earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Carnegie Mellon University in Policy and Management, Political Science, and Social and Decision Science (triple major). She is currently employed through the Jewish Healthcare and Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative as a research assistant.
Aanand Radia was an undergraduate student working in the lab. Following graduation, he took a position as an associate in Patriot Capital.
Dr. Juarez-Espinosa took a Scientific/Technological Specialist position in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.
Lina is the former lab manager, responsible for providing research support, namely, collecting, recording, and analyzing data using experimental methods involving human subjects. She also maintained the lab server and designed web pages. She is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program at University of Pittsburgh.
John was a Ph.D. student in the Human Computer Interaction Institute in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. Following his work with the lab, he went on to serve on the faculty in the Behavioral Sciences and Leadership Department at West Point.
Janice Golenbock was a programmer in the DDMLab, where she made updates to the simulations in the lab and developed software for data analysis and other tools. Following her work with the lab, Janice accepted a position in the computer software industry.
Kobi was a master's student in the lab. Following his work with the lab, he continued his studies of social psychology at Tel Aviv University, Israel.
Stephanie was the very first lab manager of DDMLab. After DDMLab, Stephanie had worked as an analyst and educator, now the owner of Digital Animation for Kids.