Gian Maria Campedelli, Iain Cruickshank & Kathleen Carley

Gian Maria Campedelli (pictured) is a Ph.D. candidate in Criminology at Catholic University in Milan (Italy), research associate at Transcrime and former visiting research scholar at Carnegie Mellon University within the CASOS group. His areas of expertise are terrorism and organized crime and he employs computational methods for analysing such phenomena both at the explanatory and predictive levels.

Captain Iain Cruickshank is a Ph.D. student in Societal Computing at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. He is also active part of the CASOS research group. He employs machine learning and network science to study political and criminal phenomena, including voting behaviours and cyber-mediated crimes.

Kathleen M. Carley is Professor of in the School of Computer Science in the Institute for Software Research at Carnegie Mellon University. She is the director of the Center for Computational Analysis of Social and Organizational Systems (CASOS), a university interdisciplinary center that bridges together network analysis, computer science, cyber-security and organization science.

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