Complex Networks & Systems
Alexander T. J. Barron is a PhD candidate in Informatics at Indiana University, Bloomington, in the Center for Complex Networks and Systems. His old jam was smashing particles together. His new jam is researching language use with respect to social movements, politics, group formation, even Revolution—with an eye towards cultural innovation processes in general. He has a B.S., double major in Physics and Applied Mathematics from the University of New Mexico as a Regents' Scholar, has collaborated at the Santa Fe Institute, and will complete his dissertation in 2020.