Erik Weis


Erik Weis

Research Assistant at Northeastern University

Previously M.Sc. student (Complex Systems & Data Science)

Affiliated with the CDL
Affiliated with the LSD

Erik was a Master's student at the Vermont Complex Systems Center, where he studied decision-making in the context of spreading models on networks. His work surrounds leverages tools from Bayesian inference and statistical physics to design robust interventions under structural and dynamical uncertainty. More broadly, he is interested in how complex systems models can inform decision-making in a wide range policy contexts, especially related housing, transportation networks, and the economy writ large.

Outside of academia, he enjoys playing the piano and spending time outdoors.

M.S. in Complex Systems and Data Science
University of Vermont
Jean-Gabriel Young
B.A. in Physics
Dartmouth College
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