Will studies the use of quantitative methods for measuring and preventing partisan gerrymandering. He is also interested in studying, from a quantitative perspective, the likely effects of various policy proposals to reform how districts are drawn.
While a Ph.D. student, he founded the Scientist Action and Advocacy Network, a group of scientists that provides pro bono scientific consulting for nonprofits.
Will holds a Ph.D. in computational neuroscience from New York University (2018) and a B.A. in psychology from Carleton College (2010).