Michael D. Ward
Mike's primary interests are in international relations (spanning democratization, globalization, international commerce, military spending, as well as international conflict and cooperation), political geography, as well as mathematical and statistical methods. His website is www.duke.edu/web/methods, though it is a bit (well perennially) out of date.
Nils W. Metternich
Nils focuses on the strategic nature of civil conflicts and the prediction of its dynamics. His website is sites.google.com/site/nilsmetternich/home.
Daina's research interests include international conflict, international institutions, and political methodology. His website is dynaman.net.
Andy's research is centered on how quantitative methods can be applied to (military) intelligence problems. His website is andybeger.wordpress.com.
Chris is a PhD student in the Security, Peace and Conflict subfield interested in civil and ethnic conflict and combined statistical and qualitative methods.
Matt's fields of study are Security, Peace, and Conflict and Political Methodology. His website is here.
Cassy's fields of study are Security, Peace, and Conflict and Political Methodology. Her current interests are in political violence, civil wars, and the effects of war on civilian behavior. Additional interests include social network analysis and the development of military technology. Her website is here.
Max's field of focus is Security, Peace, and Conflict. His research includes funding of insurgencies, bargaining models of war, and the sources of autocratic regime consolidation.
Florian is a PhD student with a focus in Political Economy and Methods. His current interests are the political economy of taxation, redistribution as well as state capacity and revenue extraction in developing countries. Additional interests include the political and economic determinants of different education systems and economic development.
Shahryar's fields of study are Political Economy and Political Methodology.
Ben is PhD student in Security, Peace, and Conflict with a subfield focus on Methodology. He is interested in the causes and consequences of the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Anna studies Political Economy and Methods. She is interested in weakly institutionalized settings, localized state capacity, and bureaucracies.
Peter's research interests are in civil conflict, international conflict, and terrorism. He's also interested in quantitative and formal methods, as well as network analysis and organization theory.
Simon is a PhD student in Political Economy and Methods. His research interests are the political economy of rent-seeking and special interest politics, spatial models of voting, game theory, and applied Bayesian statistics. His website is here.