Dr Timothy Graham

Postdoctoral Fellow
ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics

Areas of expertise

  • Sociology And Social Studies Of Science And Technology 160808
  • Social Theory 160806
  • Sociological Methodology And Research Methods 160807
  • Data Structures 080403
  • Open Software 080306
  • Pattern Recognition And Data Mining 080109

Research interests

Computational sociology, social theory, choice and decision-making, social network analysis, data mining, applied machine learning


Tim Graham is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Australian National University, Australia, with a joint appointment in sociology and computer science. His research combines social theory and computationally-intensive approaches to analysing, understanding, and predicting social phenomena.

He has recently studied the shape and nature of government on the web through analysis of large-scale hyperlink networks. His recent research examines: how socialbots influence public discourse on Twitter; the structure and dynamics of the anti-vaccination movement online; machine learning for predicting violent crime; and developing new theoretically-attuned methods for social network analysis.


Projects and Grants

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