Cristina Chueca Del Cerro
Cristina is an interdisciplinary scholar at the intersection of political and complexity sciences. She studied Politics with Quantitative Methods at the University of Glasgow in 2018 and was then awarded a 1+3 Advanced Quantitative Methods Studentship funded by the ESRC to continue her academic journey at the University of Glasgow. Cristina graduated her MRes in Political Communication with Merit in 2019 and completed her PhD in early 2023 on simulating national identity polarisation and protest mobilisation around secessionist movements. She is a part-time research assistant at DEMED while she starts her new role as a research associate in computational social science at Durham University. Her research interests include social media research, political participation, and social simulation. She frequently programs in R or Netlogo as well as Python.