Dr. Wei Pang
Dr. Wei Pang's research interests are in bio-inspired (especially immune-inspired) data mining and machine learning, especially as applied in social, biological, health, and environmental sciences. He's also interested in qualitative and semi-quantitative modelling and simulation of complex systems. His substantive research is in social network analysis, systems biology, anomoly detection in environmental sensor data, and clustering analysis in prenatal data with missing values.
Dr. John Bone
Dr. John Bone's research interests are in social and biosocial theory, political economy, social well-being and social media research.
In terms of theoretical work, and in line with an emerging biosocial perspective within the sociology, he has a specific interest in the way in which human neurobiological capacities and propensities shape and delimit the dialectical relationship between individual and society, with implications for understanding social interaction, organisation and well-being.