Hannah Baek is a senior scientist in the Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing division. Baek’s current works include handling survey data, analyzing data, modeling and imputing activity schedules, and assigning activities and behaviors to synthetic agents.
Big data analytics, quantitative research methodologies, statistical matching and imputing behavior and activity schedules and model and analysis of dynamic social networks.
- Effect of Modeling Slum Populations on Influenza Spread Delhi
BMJ Open, 6(9):e011699. (2016) Marathe A, Chen J, Chu S, Chungbaek Y, Khan M, Kuhlman C, Mortveit H, Kumar VSA, Xie D
- A Two-stage, Fitted Values Approach to Activity Matching
International Journal of Transportation, 4(1):41-56. (2016) Lum K, Chungbaek Y, Eubank S, Marathe M
- Planning and Response in the Aftermath of a Large Crisis: An Agent-based Informatics Framework
Proceedings of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference: Simulation: Making Decisions in a Complex World, 2013:1515–1526. Barrett CL, Bisset KR, Chandan S, Chen J, Chungbaek Y, Eubank SG, Evrenosoglu Y, Lewis BL, Lum K, Marathe A, Marathe MV, Mortveit HS, Parikh NK, Phadke A, Reed J, Rivers CM, Saha S, Stretz PE, Swarup S, Thorpe J, Kumar VSA, Xie D
Virginia Tech, Educational Research and Evaluation, PhD, 2011
Virginia Tech, Computer Science, MS, 2003
Jeonbuk National University, Mathematics, BE, 1982