The MIDAS affiliate faculty community consists of >400 U-M faculty members from over 60 departments.
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Behavior-aware User Interfaces, Computational Interaction, Computational models of human behavior
data-driven models, manufacturing, material science
Understanding and modeling driver behavior
Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Reinforcement Learning
Mathematical finance and stochatic analysis
The brain and gendered behavior through network analysis
Algorithms for Large Scale Nonlinear Optimization
Field and geospatial methods for ecological systems, biodiversity and health
Bioinformatics, Social Network Analysis, data mining
Statistical analysis of human genetic data
Visualizing the interaction between learners and learning technology
Mathematical and statistical modeling for public health
Computer modeling of interactions between choices and environment
Brueckner leverages her background in algorithms and engineering to speculate and prototype preferred technological futures.