The TEES Center for the Study of Digital Libraries was well represented at the annual WWW Conference in May. James Caverlee presented a paper on “Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Global Social Media” with his students Krishna Kamath, Kyumin Lee and Zhiyuan Cheng. Additionally, a paper by Catherine C. Marshall and Frank Shipman presented work on “Saving,… Read More »
Congratulations to Tolga Ciftci who was awarded the Ph.D. in Computer Science at the May 2013 graduation ceremony. Tolga’s dissertation is titled “A framework for re-purposing textbooks using learning outcomes/methodology, device characteristics, representation and user dimensions.” His advisor was Richard Furuta.
Congratulations to Unmil Karadkar for successfully defending his dissertation! The advisor is Richard Furuta.
Congratulations to CSDL students who successfully defended in August. These include DoHyoung Kim, Ph.D. (Frank Shipman, Advisor), Anna Zacchi, Ph.D. (Frank Shipman, Advisor), and Daniel Pogue, M.S. (Richard Furuta, Advisor). Congratulations to all!
Congratulations to Paul Logasa Bogen II who successfully defended his dissertation in August 2011 and will be awarded the PhD in the Fall 2011 ceremony. Paul’s dissertation is titled “Intelligent Information Interaction for Managing Distributed Collections of Web Documents.” His co-advisors are Richard Furuta and Frank Shipman.
James Caverlee’s Information Retrieval class was featured in a story in our local newspaper. Check the story out at http://www.theeagle.com/local/The-search-for-Quksace-agjke
Congratulations to Said Kashoob who successfully defended his dissertation in December 2010 and will be awarded the PhD in the Spring 2010 ceremony. Said’s dissertation is titled “Community-oriented Models and Applications for the Social Web.” His advisor is James Caverlee.