My research falls at the boundary between these fields (download one-page summary):
|Network Science||Data Science||Machine Learning||Computational Social Science|
In Fall `16 I am teaching INF-599: Mining the Social Web at USC!
I organize USC’s Information Sciences Institute AI Seminars! If you happen to be in Los Angeles and you want to give a talk about machine learning, social networks, etc., contact me
Aug 2015 – present, Marina del Rey, CA, USA
Jan 2015 – Aug 2015, Bloomington – IN, US
April 2012 – Dec 2014, Bloomington – IN, US
January – March 2012, London, UK
December 2008 – March 2012, Messina, Italy
September – December 2011, London, UK
February – May 2010, Vienna, Austria
Fall 2016/17: INF-599: Mining the Social Web (at University of Southern California, Los Angeles, US)
Spring 2014/15: INFO I400:590 Mining the Social Web (at Indiana University, Bloomington, US)
Fall 2013: INFO-I601 “Introduction to Complex Systems” (Guest Lecturer at Indiana University, Bloomington, US)
Spring 2013: INFO-I690 “Topics in Informatics: Mathematical Methods for Complex Systems” (Guest Lecturer at Indiana University, Bloomington, US)
Previous students (Indiana University): Onur Varol, Clayton A. Davis, Zeyao Yang, Lei Li, Jaehyuk Park, Qing Ke, Azadeh Nematzadeh, Prashant Shiralkar, Jasleen Kaur, Rachael Fulper, Pablo Moriano, Alex Barron, Mohsen Jafariasbagh, Michael D. Conover, Karissa McKelvey, Bryce K. Lewis, Kehontas Rowe
The datasets adopted in my research on Social Networks are available on request.
The CONCLUDE community detection algorithm has been released.