Frank Marrs

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Complex Systems Summer School 2016


Frank Marrs, Colorado State University

I am a first-year Statistics PhD student at Colorado State University. My current research focus is the quantification of uncertainty in network regression. I am also interested in broader topics in network science and am looking to expand my understanding in adjacent fields. In general, most problems at the intersection of practical application and theoretical probability and statistics are interesting to me. After a day of courses, I am particularly interested in pursuing a project that will deal in the evolution of agent-based dynamic networks.

I have a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from UC-Davis. Before returning to academia, I spent three years at the Georgia Tech Research Institute as a Research Engineer. Outside of work, I enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and playing/watching sports.


Email: frank [dot] marrs [at]