University of Colorado Boulder
Ken Anderson is a professor of computer science at the University of Colorado Boulder and the associate dean for education of CU’s College of Engineering and Applied Science. He is the codirector of Project EPIC, a $5 million National Science Foundation-funded project that investigates topics related to crisis informatics. He is also codirector of the CU Center for Software and Society. Anderson’s research interests include software engineering, software architecture, and the design of data-intensive software systems. He and his students have designed software systems that reliably collect, store, process, and analyze large social media datasets collected during times of mass emergency.