The Social Computing Research Group
The Social Computing Research Group is an interdisciplinary team of researchers who study and design technologies that mediate human collaboration, communication, and learning. We investigate not only communication and interface features that surface socially relevant information, but also underlying computational features that shape social interaction, like recommendation and reputation systems
2021 – PhD student Jordyn Young joined the social computing group! Welcome to Jordyn!
2021 – Post-doc Shruti Sannon has won a CI Fellowship to work with Tawanna Dillahunt at University of Michigan Information School.
2021 – Dr. Meen Chul Kim successfully defended his dissertation “Learning Early-Stage Web Development at Scale: Exploring Methods to Assess Learning through Analysis of HTML and CSS.” Congrats to Dr. Kim.
2021 – Congrats to Dr. Houda El mimouni, who successfully defended her dissertation on “An Exploration of Privacy Experts’ and Non-experts’ Privacy Conceptualizations and Practices using the Concept of Habitus”
2020 – New grant! In collaboration with Rachel Greenstadt and Damon McCoy at NYU, the Social Computing Group will be investigating Threat Intelligence for Targets of Coordinated Harassment with support from NSF.
2020 - PhD student Houda El mimouni has won a CI Fellowship to work with Selma Šabanović at Indiana University on robot-mediated interaction.
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