Vincent Wong is a researcher and NSF fellow pursuing a dual PhD in Cognitive Science and Informatics at Indiana University. He is interested in social physics of community dynamics in the intersection between online and real-world populations.
He is currently a fellow of the National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) which aims to train “bidisciplinary” PhDs with the domain expertise of a specific field and the transdisciplinary tool set of complex systems.
Vincent is also a lifelong pianist and composer. His work draws heavily from impressionist composers, Japanese video game soundtracks, and electronic dance music. His favorite composer is Ravel.