Filippo Menczer
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Description

I am an Associate Professor of Informatics and Computer Science and the Associate Director of the Center for Complex Networks and Systems Research at the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing. I also have courtesy appointments in Cognitive Science and Physics, and am affiliated with the Center for Data and Search Informatics, the Center for Security Informatics, and the Biocomplexity Institute. Finally I am the Lagrange Senior Fellow at the ISI Foundation’s Complex Networks Lab in Torino, Italy. Research in my group, NaN, focuses on Web search and data mining, social Web applications, distributed and intelligent Web information systems, and modeling of complex information networks.


Lectures:

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flag The Role of Information Diffusion in the Evolution of Social Networks
as author at  19th ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD), Chicago 2013,
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flag Folks in Folksonomies: Social Link Prediction from Shared Metadata
as author at  Third ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining - WSDM 2010,
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flag Evaluating Similarity Measures for Emergent Semantics of Social Tagging
as author at  World Wide Web (WWW) Conference, Madrid 2009,
together with: Benjamin Markines, Ciro Cattuto, Dominik Benz, Andreas Hotho, Gerd Stumme,
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flag Social Web Search
as author at  Satellite Conferences,
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flag Web Click Network
as author at  Satellite Conferences,
185 views
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flag 6S: Collaborative Web search via an adaptive peer network
as author at  Satellite Conferences,
101 views