Luis M. Rocha is the George J. Klir Professor of Systems Science at the Thomas J. Watson College of Engineering and Applied Science (Department of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering), Binghamton University (State University of New York), where he leads the Complex Adaptive Systems and Computational Intelligence (CASCI) lab. He is also Principal Investigator at the Instituto Gulbenkian da Ciencia, and co-director of the Consortium for Social and Biomedical Complexity, between Binghamton University and Indiana University, Bloomington. The CASCI lab he directs works on complex networks & systems, computational & systems biology, and computational intelligence, focusing on characterizing and understanding multi-level complexity involved in human health and society. Projects range from biomedical informatics to understanding redundancy, robustness, modularity and control in complex networks, collective behavior on the web and in social systems, machine learning, bio-inspired computing, and evolutionary systems. He is committed to interdisciplinary research as detailed in his Formal Corner, training students in various academic programs including the NSF-NRT Interdisciplinary Training in Complex Networks and Systems which he spearheaded at Indiana University. He also enjoys life outside of research with family, culture, music, and DJing, as you can explore in his Informal Corner.
In my Formal Corner you can find everything about my research and academic activities: Research interests, publications, curriculum vitae, lab projects, academic programs I am involved with, how to join our lab, affiliations, etc.
In my Informal Corner you can find some personal background, my blogging and Social Media presence, DJ activity as E-Trash, music, etc.