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Allen Lee

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Assoc Research Profsl MY (FSC)
Academic Professional, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 4804

I provide technological direction and support for computational social science cyberinfrastructure for the Biosocial Complexity Initiative. I lead cyberinfrastructure development for CoMSES Net, the Network for Computational Modeling for Social and Ecological Sciences, the Virtual Commons, a collection of open source software for collective action experiments, and also support the Social Ecological Systems Library and the Digital Archaeological Record.


MSc, Computer Science and Informatics, Indiana University - Bloomington

Research Interests

My current research interests apply my software engineering / management and systems administration / devops experience towards:

  1. improving our understanding of social and ecological systems at all scales with controlled and natural experiments, modeling, and data analysis 
  2. creating open software tools for data collection, analysis, integration, and archival workflows that support reusable and reproducible computational science
Research Group

Center for Behavior, Institutions, and the Environment

Research Activity
Professional Associations
Software Carpentry / Data Carpentry Instructor