Dr. Cranmer’s research focuses on network science, particularly the role of topology in modeling complex networks and forecasting their evolution. His goal in these efforts is to develop network-based theories, innovative statistical methods for network analysis, and policy-relevant predictions. His areas of application are eclectic, ranging from international politics to neuroscience.
PhD, Political Science, University of California, Davis
MA, Political Science, University of California, Davis
MA, International Relations, San Francisco State University
BA, Criminal Justice, San Francisco State University
National Science Foundation, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation