Casper is an Associate Professor of Game Design at Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. Casper has affiliated appointments in Computer Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, and with the School of Law, and works closely with faculty in Marine Science and Public Policy. 

About Casper

Casper’s research focuses on using games to study and improve decision-making, and through these efforts both to advance our knowledge and to engage a broad cross-section of people globally about societal issues. He applies games especially in areas where it is challenging to study and educate in natural environments and collects detailed and expansive behavioural data in a controlled manner.

Key words

Decision making, Game analytics, Game design, Game user research, Learning,  Resilience, Sustainability, Systems, Thinking

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