I am a PhD Student in Technology and Social Behavior, a joint program in computer science and communications at Northwestern University. My research, supervised by Professor Ágnes Horvát, develops network and data science approaches to understand and support sensemaking and collective decision-making in web-based systems. My previous research developed computational methods for harvesting social signals to support collective decision-making in the implementation of comprehensive peace agreements. Funded by the U.S. Army Research Lab (ARL) and National Science Foundation (NSF), this work was a collaboration between the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and the Center for Network and Data Science (CNDS).
September, 2020: I will be presenting our work on Inferring Irrational Lending Behaviour from Implicit Herding Networks at the International School and Conference on Network Science (NetSci), online.
July, 2020: I presented our work on Efficient Pathways for Peace Accords Implementation at the 6th International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2), online.
June, 2020: I presented our work on Harnessing Collective Intelligence in P2P Lending at the ACM Collective Intelligence Conference, online.
January, 2020: Paper on Evaluating the Information Quality of News-Related Queries on the Alexa Smart Speaker accepted at the Computation + Journalism Symposium.