Fuat Kına has been a PhD researcher at the Sociology Department of Koç University since 2018, working in three projects: Emerging Markets Welfare, Social ComQuant, and Politus. He has provided methodological support for the research papers and research design problems and performed various tasks related to computational social science and quantitative research. He recently started to serve as the instructor of the “Advanced Data Analysis with Python” course in the Computational Social Science MA program. He graduated from Boğaziçi University with a Bachelor of Economics (2015) and received his master’s degree with a statistical analysis on the relationship between anti-immigrant attitudes and labor precarity in Europe from İstanbul Şehir University (2018). Using advanced-level quantitative techniques of causal inference, he is currently working on the relationship between social movements, movement claims, and social welfare provisions. Some of his research interests are computational social science, social movements, social policy, statistics, and causal inference.