André L’Huillier was admitted into the Computational Social Science Ph.D. program in Fall 2013. He has a B.A. in Psychology and M.A in Consumer Behavior from the Universidad Adolfo Ibanez. His research is in the dynamics of collective behavior in the adoption of innovations at the intersection of data, social and business sciences. Specifically, he is interested in the data-driven behavioral modeling of social influence in platform and cultural/entertainment industries. Currently, he is preparing his doctoral dissertation proposal where he will study the effects of opinion dynamics and two-sided markets information management in the digital games industry.