David L. SallachSenior Fellow
David L. Sallach is a social theorist and computational sociologist who specializes in the design of rich social agent architectures. From 1998 to 2003, he served as Director of Social Science Research Computing at the University of Chicago. Dr. Sallach has also taught computer science at the Universities of Arkansas and Nebraska, and sociology at Washington and Indiana Universities. His work has been published in a variety of journals, including Rationality and Society, Communications of the ACM, Social Science Computer Review, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, Sociological Quarterly, American Sociologist, Sociological Inquiry, Sociological Focus, and Social Science Quarterly.