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The Social Computing Research Group


About Us

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

Recent News

We are thrilled to announce that the Social Computing Research Group has two accepted publications for CHI '23!!

Congratulations to Houda El mimouni on receiving a distinguished paper award at OpenSym/OSS for her first-authored paper, "Why People Trust Wikipedia Articles: Credibility-Assessment Strategies Used by Readers" by Houda Elmimouni, Andrea Forte, and Jonathan Morgan.


Former Social Computing Group Post-Doc Shruti Sannon had a first-authored paper accepted PACM:HCI to be presented at CSCW 2022: Privacy Research with Marginalized Groups: What We Know, What’s Needed, and What’s Next by Sannon and Forte.

Congratulations to Dr. Andrea Forte for being recognized as an ACM Distinguished Member!

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