Junior Researcher, UWT
Tyler Clark is a Junior Researcher in the Unconventional Weapons and Technology (UWT) Division. His research focuses on the application of statistical, computational, or other mathematical methodologies to analyze and model behavior of violent non-state actors, including natural language processing, machine learning, and stochastic processes. He received his B.A. in Mathematics and Physics from Connecticut College.
- Connecticut College, B.A., Mathematics and Physics, 2019
- Julia Wells Bower Prize, 2017, Connecticut College, 2018
- David G. Fenton Physics Prize, Connecticut College, 2019
- Jay Levin ’73 Award, Connecticut College, 2019
- Sigma Pi Sigma Inductee, American Institute of Physics, 2019
- Pi Mu Epsilon Inductee, Connecticut Epsilon Chapter, 2019