Uncovering the math to explain living entities
In Mathematical Biocomplexity we use high-level math to understand biological systems, with a focus on overlooked genetic information. As we grasp meaning through data discovery, we lay the foundation for the future of quantitative analysis on a molecular and evolutionary level.
Using information science to predict outcomes
Our Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing division builds computational models to assess threats – from natural disasters to epidemics — and project the possible outcomes of strategic responses. Using high-performance computing at extreme scale, we help partners manage rapidly unfolding challenges to human life in real time.
Channeling data science for the public good
Statistical, social and behavioral scientists work together in the Social and Decision Analytics division to understand human activities. Our insights, gleaned from working with available data — from government records to social media — help policy-makers devise better solutions for their communities.
Supporting our research mission
We’re an operations powerhouse that lays the foundation for the Institute to do research that has social impact. Putting passion and rigor toward the management of critical operational functions not only bolsters the work of our researchers, it allows the Institute to remain an agile and flexible research engine. We’re proud of the contributions we make.