Deryc T. Painter is a postdoctoral researcher at Arizona State University, working in the Laubichler Lab for Computational HPS. A computational historian, he studies innovation, interdisciplinarity, and modeling at varying scales. His most recent publication, "Network Analysis for the Digital Humanities: principles, problems, extensions" was published in the history of science journal ISIS.
Global Biosocial Complexity Initiative, Engineering Center - A Building (ECA), 1031 S. Palm Walk, Tempe, AZ 85281-2701
A.S. from Yavapia College, 2011
B.S from Arizona State University 2013
Ph.D from Arizona State University 2019
Deryc is interested in the interplay between interdisciplinarity and innovation and how that interplay can be leveraged to identify, analyze, and construct algorithms to increase the probability of innovation.