Tyler A. Clark is a Ph.D. student at the University of Maryland pursuing a doctorate in Applied Statistics. Prior to this, he was a modeling researcher in the Unconventional Weapons and Technology (UWT) Division at START. His research focuses on the application of industry-standard and novel computational statistical methods, including natural language processing, machine learning, and stochastic processes, to model national security threats. Clark’s past research has included insider threat, influence operations, COVID-19, CBRNe terrorism, human-trafficking, Central American and Southeast Asian migration, and P/CVE program efficacy. He received his B.A. with distinction in Mathematics and Physics from Connecticut College.
- Connecticut College, B.A., Mathematics and Physics, 2019
- Julia Wells Bower Prize, 2017, Connecticut College, 2018
- David G. Fenton Physics Prize, Connecticut College, 2019
- Jay Levin ’73 Award, Connecticut College, 2019
- Sigma Pi Sigma Inductee, American Institute of Physics, 2019
- Pi Mu Epsilon Inductee, Connecticut Epsilon Chapter, 2019