I work in the areas of public policy, international security, and computational social science. At present, I am investigating the intersections between environment and conflict. In the specific, I am studying how socio-environmental conflicts may emerge from individual and collective choices of adaptation to climate change. My research interests include climate change, non-traditional security, adaptive governance, and agent-based modeling.
This website collects most of my research outputs. I also write sporadic blog posts.

Visualization of Tokyo bay using Netlogo