Ian Lundberg

Assistant Professor
Information Science


Ian Lundberg will join the Information Science faculty in July 2022. His research develops statistical and machine learning methods to answer questions about inequality in America. Substantively, his interests focus on inequality, poverty, and economic mobility. Methodologically, Ian’s work answers these questions by developing tools at the intersection of computational social science and causal inference. Ian received a PhD in sociology and social policy from Princeton University.

Research Interests

  • Computational Social Science
  • Data Science


  • Ph.D. (Sociology and Social Policy), Princeton University, 2021
  • B.A., (Sociology and Statistics), Harvard College, 2015