Jean-Gabriel Young

Registered user since Thu 25 Mar 2021

Name:Jean-Gabriel Young
Bio:

I am a Research Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science of The University of Vermont, VT, USA. I also hold an appointment at the Vermont Complex Systems Center. My research is at the intersection of statistical inference, epidemiology, and complex systems.

Previously, I was a James S. McDonnell Foundation Fellow at the Center for the Study of Complex Systems of the University of Michigan, where I was mentored by Prof. Mark Newman. I obtained my PhD in Physics from Université Laval, under the guidance of Prof. Louis J. Dubé and Prof. Patrick Desrosiers.

Country:United States
Affiliation:University of Vermont
Personal website:https://www.jgyoung.ca/
Research interests:Network Science, Statistical Inference, Open Source

Contributions

MSR 2022 Author of The OCEAN mailing list data set: Network analysis spanning mailing lists and code repositories within the Data and Tool Showcase Track-track
MSR 2021 Author of Which contributions count? Analysis of attribution in open source within the Technical Papers-track