Joseph joined CSCS as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow from September 2020-August 2022, as a researcher and instructor for Complex Systems 270 - Agent Based Modeling. Joseph received a tenure track offer from Carleton College in Minnesota in 2022, where he is currently Assistant Professor of Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics and Physics there.
Joseph received his PhD from Northwestern University's Department of Engineering Sciences & Applied Mathematics. His research includes studying nonlinear phenomena in social, biological and physical systems, typically using dynamical systems frameworks to glean useful and/or unexpected insight from understandable models. He has worked on projects ranging from the development of name brand goods in the economy, to the origin of differences in sex cells (anisogamy), to the emergence of multimodal distributions in coupled oscillator systems.