Daniel M. Romero

Associate Professor
School of Information
Complex Systems
Computer Science and Engineering (by courtesy)
University of Michigan

3340 North Quad
105 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Twitter: @DanielMRomero

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I am an Associate Professor of Information, Complex Systems, and Computer Science at the University of Michigan. I received my Ph.D at Cornell University Center for Applied Mathematics (CAM), where I was advised by Jon Kleinberg. Before coming to UM, I was a postdoc at Northwestern University Institute on Complex Systems (NICO) working with Brian Uzzi. My main research interest is the empirical and theoretical analysis of Social and Information Networks. I am particularly interested in understanding the mechanisms involved in network evolution, information diffusion, and interactions among people on the Web and in complex organizations.


More information in my Google Scholar Citations profile.

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