Milo Trujillo (he/him) is a PhD student in Complex Systems and Data Science, and works with Professors Bagrow and Hébert-Dufresne in the OCEAN group. His current academic interests center around information flow in intentional communities, and the intersection of network science, engineering, and social design.
Outside of academia, Milo works on applications of his work in activism, most notably with The Pursuance Project and Distributed Denial of Secrets. He has also worked on a number of his own social projects with the Daylighting Society collective.
Milo obtained a Masters degree in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he studied network science, sociophysics, and social networks, particularly applied to censorship and propaganda. As an undergraduate at Rensselaer, Milo procured a degree in Computer Science and Science, Technology, and Society, focused on surveillance and security research.
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For more information, contact Milo Trujillo at email@example.com