Aaron Clauset chats with a colleague

Clauset awarded prestigious Erdős-Rényi Prize in network science

June 3, 2016

Aaron Clauset, an assistant professor of computer science and member of the BioFrontiers Institute , accepted the prestigious Erdős-Rényi Prize in Network Science today in Seoul, Korea, for his contributions to the study of network structure and community structure in networks, as well as his provocative analyses of human conflicts...

At left: Tom Yeh with a tactile picture book. At right: Aaron Clauset discusses big data problems at a whiteboard.

Two CS faculty members win prestigious NSF CAREER Awards

March 18, 2015

This year, the College of Engineering and Applied Science has an unprecedented number of National Science Foundation CAREER award winners , with seven junior faculty earning this prestigious honor. Two of them – assistant professors Aaron Clauset and Tom Yeh – are from the Department of Computer Science. Clauset, whose...

Aaron Clauset

Study finds it takes more than merit to land faculty jobs

Feb. 27, 2015

Aaron Clauset and his team found that only 25 percent of doctoral degree-granting institutions across the country produce 71 to 86 percent of tenure-track faculty, depending on the field.

Clauset's big data work featured in Denver's Westword magazine

July 3, 2013

Westword interviewed the assistant professor about his Big Data work on patterns in terrorist activity.