I am a Ph.D. candidate in Political Science at Stony Brook University. My primary research interest focuses on understanding the psychology process and social context that affect the formation of public opinion on high-profile political issues. I have been working on projects concerning misinformation, news coverage on protective measures of Zika, Affirmative Action, and immigration policy.
Besides conducting research and teaching at my home institution, I have been part of the Georgia Institute of Technology OMSCS community since 2019. I took machine learning as my specialization to strengthen my analytical skills and broaden my research perspective.
I am interested in combining experimental study and data analysis to understand the dynamic of public opinion. I have significant working experience with experimental design, questionnaire design, content/text analysis, regression analysis (linear, logistic, transformed logistic etc.), machine learning (KNN, decision tree, random tree, random forest, Q-learning), and computational simulation. I am interested in positions where my combined knowledge in public opinion research and data analysis can be the added value.
Here is the link to my LinkedIn Profile.
Social and Behavioral Sciences Building
Department of Political Science
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794