MABUSE Project Development Lead.
Daniel Schaefer is a software developer at the REACH lab. He graduated from University of Nebraska – Lincoln with an BA in Sociology in 2017. Daniel specializes in social network analysis and agent-based social simulations, mainly assisting the MABUSE and Puerto Rico projects. A primary focus of his has been to extend the MABUSE simulation platform to include newer, more powerful social interaction semantics in addition to his work as an administrator for the lab’s high performance distributed computing cluster. He also assists the lab’s computing power with use of C#, .NET, R, d3, and python. Eventually, Daniel would like to pursue a PhD in Sociology.