This tool presents climate adaptation strategies for a set of National Critical Functions (NCFs) that are capable of mitigating the risks posed by climate change.
Sep 13, 2023
Tim Gulden is a senior policy researcher at RAND and a professor of policy analysis at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. His research focuses on modeling complex systems in the context of data as well as more general policy analysis including cost/benefit analysis, spatial analysis, organizational design, and emerging methods in artificial intelligence.
Gulden is the past president of the Computational Social Science Society of the Americas (CSSSA). Before coming to RAND, he was a research professor with the Center for Social Complexity and Department of Computational Social Science at George Mason University. His PhD is from the University of Maryland School of Public Policy where he explored agent-based modeling as a tool for policy analysis. He has held research positions at the MITRE Corporation, the Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM), and the Brookings Institution's Center on Social and Economic Dynamics (CSED). He attended the Santa Fe Institute's Complex Systems Summer School in 2002. During the 1990s he was the technical director of the GIS program for Westchester County, New York.