Computational Social Science Institute

University of Massachusetts Amherst

The UMass Computational Social Science Institute is a cross-disciplinary, collaborative group designed to address the challenges and opportunities presented by collecting, storing, and analyzing large scale data related to the social world. With core faculty coming from disciplines as diverse as computer science, political science, sociology, and statistics, the group brings together the expertise necessary to create practical solutions to modern problems in quantitative social science.

News

10/7/2014 Job Opportunity: Assistant Professor in Computational Social Science  in the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
03/08/2013 UMass CSSI mini-conference, 12:30pm, Marriott Center 11th floor.
Ongoing Weekly CSSI seminar series, Fridays, 12:30PM–2PM.
Ongoing Videos of some CSSI seminars now availablehere.