We are a small team of political and computer scientists passionate about studying contentious politics such as protests using big data analytics.
Amir Abdul Reda
Amir is an Assistant Professor in computational political science at University Mohamed VI Polytechnique (Rabat, Morocco) and a Young Fellow in the Forced Displacement program of the World Bank.
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Semuhi is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Toronto, working on how autocratic regimes survive financial crises. He co-founded two social impact initiatives, one in Montreal and one in Istanbul, advocating for youth inclusion on the eve of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
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Amine Mohamed Aboussalah
Amine is a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at the University of Toronto. He works on the use of graphical models and quantum computing for risk control in portfolio management. Before his doctoral studies, he served as a research assistant at the Oncopole Medical Center in Toulouse in medical physics. He received a joint degree in engineering from Polytechnique Montréal and SUPAERO in France, as well as a degree in Innovation Management from HEC Paris.
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Mohamed Abdalla is a Ph.D. candidate in the Natural Language Processing Group (Department of Computer Science) at the University of Toronto and a Vanier scholar. He holds affiliations with the Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Centre for Ethics, and ICES (formerly known as the Institute for Clinical and Evaluative Sciences).
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Andreea is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto. Her doctoral research examines media effects in the digital age. She is also interested in access to information and law.
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