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Expecting to be HIP (IV) - HIPsters Unite!
posted on July 24, 2017
Expecting to be HIP (III) -- Examining the role of promotions
posted on June 12, 2017
Expecting to be HIP (II) -- Could this video go viral?
posted on June 11, 2017
Expecting to be HIP (I) - Deriving Stochastic Expectations
posted on January 16, 2017
Feature Driven and Point Process Approaches for Popularity Prediction
posted on August 31, 2016
Visualizing Citation Patterns of Computer Science Conferences
posted on August 18, 2016
How Long Do Papers Survive in the Collective Academic Memory?
posted on August 16, 2016
Where are Ideas Coming from, and Going to? - Measuring citation flow in academic communities
posted on July 16, 2016
Evolution of Privacy Loss in Wikipedia
posted on January 8, 2016
2017-07 Conferences and talks: Andrei at
in May; Lexing gave
a distinguished lecture at NTU Singapore
; Lexing at
AFOSR Trust and Influence Program Review
. Some of us will be at
ICML in Sydney
IJCAI in Melbourne
, come say hi!
2017-02 Andrei and Lexing are delighted that
Expecting to be HIP
is accepted into WWW 2017 in Perth and
Online Popularity under Promotion
is accepted into ICWSM 2017 in Montreal.
2016-12 Photos for group outings are posted, at
National Cherry Festival and Wombeyan Caves
2016-10 Three CIKM papers posted,
check them out
2016-03 Lexing is elected as an IEEE CAS
2016-03 Andrei is featured at the March'16
Wikimedia Research Showcase
for his WSDM paper on "
Evolution of Privacy Loss
". Well done!
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We have two PhD openings in 2018: one on
Modeling Online Attention
and one on
Picturing Everyday Knowledge
. We are also looking for research fellow candidates with passion and compelling track record.