Getting published is the result of years of collaborative work and an achievement worth celebrating. Whether it’s in an academic journal, conference proceedings, or a book, we congratulate our faculty who were recently published:

Carlos Caicedo co-authored a paper, “A Spectrum Consumption Model-based Framework for DSA Experimentation on the COSMOS Testbed,” that was accepted to the ACM MobiCom’21 Workshop on Wireless Network Testbeds, Experimental evaluation & CHaracterization (WiNTECH’21) 2021.

Carlos Caicedo and his co-authors published their paper,  “A fast method to seek the mean and variance of the summation of lognormal variables,” in Revista Facultad de Ingenieria – Universidad de Antioquia (Magazine of the Engineering School – University of Antioquia), August, 2021.

EunJeong Cheon and her students published their paper, “HiveToHive: Creating Connectedness Over a Distance,” in Proceedings of 19th European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW).

EunJeong Cheon’s paper, “Non-Dyadic Interaction: A Literature Review of 15 Years of HRI Conference Publications,” was accepted by ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction (THRI).

EunJeong Cheon, along with her co-authors, presented their paper, “Jarvis in Motion: A Research Artifact for Circulating Lifestyle Values in Public,” at CSCW 2021.

Rachel Clarke and her team Katerina Stanton, Alexandra Grimm (MSLIS student), Bo Zhang (PhD student) with assistance from Shubham Kumar (ADS student) and Marissa Caico (MSLIS student) had a number of publications accepted:

    • Clarke, R.I., Stanton, K.L., Grimm, A., & Zhang, B. “Invisible Labor, Invisible Value: Unpacking Traditional Assessment of Academic Library Value.” Accepted for publication in College & Research Libraries.
    • Stanton, K.L., Grimm, A., Zhang, B. & Clarke, R. I. “Rarely Acknowledged and Often Unrecognized: Exploring Emotional Labor Across Library Work Tasks.” Presented at the Association for Library and Information Science Education conference, September 21-23.

Kevin Crowston and Carsten Østerlund, along with alumni Mabi Harandi, PhD, and Corey Jackson, PhD, and their co-authors published a paper, “Discovering features in gravitational-wave data through detector characterization, citizen science and machine learning,” in Classical and Quantum Gravity.

Kevin Crowston’s paper, “Communicating with the masses from isolation: What happened when local television journalists worked from home,” was accepted to HICSS 2022 (Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences).

Kevin Crowston and his co-authors published their paper, “Artificial intelligence in information systems: State of the art and research roadmap,” in Communications of the Association for Information Systems (CAIS).

Kevin Crowston and his co-authors published their position statement, “Examining Open Innovation in Science (OIS): What Open Innovation can and cannot offer the science of science,” in Innovation: Organization & Management (IOM).

Radhika Garg had three papers accepted for publication to PACM HCI/CSCW:

  • “‘Learn, Use, and (Intermittently) Abandon’: Exploring the Practices of Early Smart Speaker Adopters in Urban India’’
  • “Understanding Tensions and Resilient Practices that Emerged from Technology Use in Asian Indian Families in the U.S. During the COVID-19 Pandemic”
  • ‘’Understanding Families’ Non-/Use Practices and Choices through the Lens of Socioeconomic Status: The Case of Smart Speakers and Smart Interactive Toys’’

​​Radhika Garg‘s paper, “Engaging Parents and Teens in an Asynchronous, Remote, Community-Based Method for Understanding the Future of Voice Technology,” was accepted and presented in 2021 ACM Interaction Design and Children (IDC) conference.

Lee McKnight, Danielle Smith (Arts & Sciences), Prasant Ghosh (College of Engineering) and their co-authors published their paper, “Enhancing Education in Underserved Schools: the Internet Backpack as Cyber-Physical Infrastructure,” at the IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation Management (CogSIMA).

Lee McKnight, Danielle Smith (Arts & Sciences), Prasant Ghosh (College of Engineering) and their co-author presented their paper, “Digital Inclusion Alchemy by Internet Backpack: ICT Policy Implications of Edge Computing & Cyber-Physical Infrastructure for Education,” at TPRC 2021 The 49th Annual Research Conference on Communications, Information, and Internet Policy.

Sebastian Modrow contributed a chapter, to collaborator Suzanne M. Stauffer’s “Classical Antiquity,” to Libraries, Archives, Museums: An Introduction to Cultural Heritage Institutions Through the Ages.

Beth Patin‘s paper, “B.C. (Before Covid): Roles and Services of Libraries throughout Disasters,” was accepted to the Association of Library and Information Science Educators Conference.

Steve Sawyer and doctoral student Isabel Munoz, along with their collaborator Michael Dunn (Skidmore College) published “Gender Differences and Lost Flexibility in Online Freelancing During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” in open access venue Frontiers in Sociology, 6, 31 August, DOI: http://10.3389/fsoc.2021.738024.

Steve Sawyer, Ingrid Erickson and first author, alumni Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi PhD published their manuscript, “Information Infrastructures, Digital Assemblages and Mobile Knowledge Work,” in the Journal of Information Technology.

Steve Sawyer, Isabel Munoz, and their co-authors’ paper, “Flexibility, Occupation and Gender: Insights from a Panel Study of Online Freelancers,” was accepted to iConference 2022.

Jeff Saltz had two papers accepted to the 2021 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data). IEEE:

  • “Identifying and Addressing 6 Key Questions when Using Data Driven Scrum”
  • “CRISP-DM for Data Science: Strengths, Weaknesses and Potential Next Steps”

Jennifer Stromer-Galley, former post-doc Patricia Rossini, Jeff Hemsley, doctoral student Sarah Bolden, and Brian McKernan had their paper, “Political messaging over time: A comparison of U.S. presidential candidate Facebook posts and Tweets in 2016 and 2020” accepted for publication in Social Media & Society.

Jennifer Stromer-Galley, former post-doc Patricia Rossini (first author) and doctoral student Ania Korsunska had their paper “More than “Fake News”? The media as a malicious gatekeeper and a bully in the discourse of candidates in the 2020 U.S. presidential election” accepted for publication in the Journal of Language and Politics.

Jennifer Stromer-Galley and her co-authors presented their paper, “Taking our country back (to the gutter): Negative campaigning on Facebook in the 2017 and 2019 UK General Elections,” at the Negative Politics Workshop hosted by University of Amsterdam, University of Lausanne, and the Free University of Amsterdam.

Lu Xiao and doctoral student Akit Kumar’s paper, “Understanding Morality behind Online Reasoning,” was accepted to HICSS 2022.

Lu Xiao and doctoral students Charis Asante-Agyei (first author) and Yimin Xiao G ’20’s paper, “Will You Talk about God with a Spirituality Chatbot? An Interview Study,” was accepted for HICSS 2022.

Lu Xiao  and doctoral student Jinfen Li’s paper, “Neural-based RST Parsing And Analysis In Persuasive Discourse,” was accepted to the 2021 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP).

Bei Yu and her co-author presented their demo paper, “News2PubMed: a Browser Extension for Linking Health News to Medical Literature,” at the SIGIR 2021 Conference.

Bei Yu and her co-authors presented and published their paper, “Self-promotion in the US Congressional Tweets,” at the NAACL 2021 Conference, Proceedings of NAACL-HLT 2021, 4893 – 4899.

Bei Yu and her co-authors published a transformed previous paper , “Analyzing Preservice Teachers Reflection Journals Using Text-mining Techniques,” in the International Journal of Innovation in Education.

Bei Yu, doctoral student Yingya Li (first author), and their co-authors presented their paper, “Detecting Health Advice in Medical Research Literature,” at EMNLP 2021.

Bei Yu and doctoral student Yingya Li’s paper, “Towards Measuring Advice-Giving in Medical Research Literature,” was accepted to the iConference 2022.