Tamar Gomez is a PhD candidate in Economics at Imperial College Business School since September 2015. Her research focuses on network theory, game theory and conflicts. She is interested in understanding the effect of both physical and virtual networks on violence and terrorism. Her PhD is supervised by Dr Mirabelle Muuls of the Grantham Institute and the Imperial College Business School.
PhD student Tamar Gomez has been analysing US war logs and digital maps to understand the surprising effects of road building in war-torn Iraq on levels of violence against civilians in the years 2003 to 2016