Kellogg School of Management
Evanston, IL 60208 USA
London Mathematical Laboratory
Email: hyejin.youn [at] kellogg [dot] northwestern [dot] edu
Curriculum Vitae: cv.pdf
I am an assistant professor at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO). I was a research fellow at Santa Fe Institute and Harvard Kennedy School, and visiting scientist at MIT Media Lab. Before that, I was a senior research fellow at Mathematical Institute at University of Oxford , and Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School; and ran a National Science Foundation grant (USA) to study Technological Change from the Map of Capabilities with Aaron Cluaset, the University of Colorado at Boulder [link]. My PhD is in Statistical Physics at KAIST.My research aims to develop a mathematical and computational framework to understand complex systems. These include (see the detail here):
Journal Club on "Interplay between Society and Technology" at 16.00 on every Friday (KGH 4418) [link]
Morphology of travel routes and the organization of cities, appears in Nature Communications [link]
Analysing Physics text books (Griffith, Hewitt, and Knight), and Oxford dictionary to see how concepts (terminologies) appear in reading stream Dynamic burstiness of word-occurrence and network modularity in textbook systems, Physica A 487:103-110 [link]
Demographics and Democracy: A Network Analysis of Mongolians’ Political Cognition , appears in Journal of Anthropological Research 73:617-646 [link].
Caucus meeting at AOM (Academy of Management), "Building an Integrated Framework for Innovation, Organizations and Society" is on Aug 8, 2016 at Anaheim Marriott in Platinum Ballroom 5. The detail is found in [link]
Our paper, On the universal structure of human lexical semantics, appears in Proc Natl Acad Sci [link]: see Media Coverage [Phys.org], [Santa Fe Institute news], [Mathematical Institute news, University of Oxford], [ PNAS highlights], [QUARTZ video clip], [Nature], [과학동아], and [National Geography Blog].
Our paper, Invention as a combinatorial process: Evidence from U.S. Patents appears in Royal Soc. Interface 12 106 [link]: see Media coverage [the Economist], [Santa Fe Institute news], [GIZMODO], [MIT Technology Review], and [Nature Physics]
NSF grant to study Technological Change from the Map of Capabilities with Aaron Cluaset, the University of Colorado at Boulder [link]