IUNI has over 165 faculty affiliates from across IU. You may browse through listings below – clicking on a name will expand to show you full listings. You may also search through keywords and biographies in the search bar below.
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|Craig, Kalani||History, College of Arts and Sciences / IUB|
Bio: My research and teaching specialties are at the intersection of digital methodologies and medieval history. I use text mining, spatial history and coding schema to explore conflict in medieval European history, and my in-classroom work makes similar use of these approaches. Prior to returning to the scholarly world, I spent ten years managing Web sites and the technical and creative people responsible for creating those Web sites.
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|Shih, Patrick||Informatics, School of Informatics and Computing / Bloomington|
Bio: I'm an Assistant Professor of Informatics in the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University Bloomington. I am a Fellow of the Center for Computer-Mediated Communication (CCMC). I am also an affiliated faculty at the Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior (CISAB), the Indiana University Network Science Institute (IUNI), and the Institute for Software Research (ISR) at the University of California, Irvine. I am interested in utilizing mixed methods approaches to tackle research problems in online and geographic communities. Specifically, my current research focuses on leveraging awareness of individual and community activities embedded in sensor technologies, smart devices, social media, and online forums in the design and construction of novel persuasive interfaces and civic engagement platforms that facilitate sustainable motivational and behavioral changes.
Disciplines: computer and information sciencecomputer sciencedigital humanitieshistoryinformaticsintellegent systemspsychologypublic healthpublic health systems and services researchsocial psychologysociologystatistics
Keywords: computational social sciencecultural dynamicsfriendship networksgroup healthhealth behaviorshealth technologieshistorical researchlongitudinalmental healthmental health qualitative network researchmobile and pervasive computingnetworked innovationpersonal networksqualitative network researchrace and ethnicitysocial mediasocial networks and healthsocial supportsocio-semanticssocio-technical systemsteamstext analysistext miningvisualization
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|Wu, Xiaogang||Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, School of Informatics and Computing / IUPUI|
Bio: Xiaogang Wu received his PhD degree in 2005 on Control Science and Engineering from Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST), Wuhan, China. One year after that, he was appointed to associate professor of the Institute for Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence (IPRAI) in HUST. He has over 10 years of research experience in image processing, machine learning, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, chaotic dynamics and complex systems. His previous research focused on nonlinear dynamical analysis of complex models, especially estimating parameters of chaotic systems by nonlinear time series analysis, symbolic dynamics and chaos synchronization, etc. He is currently a Bioinformatics Scientist in the Hood Lab at Institute for Systems Biology (ISB). Before he joined ISB, he was a Research Scientist in the School of Informatics and Computing (SoIC) at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). He was also affiliated with Indiana Center for Systems Biology and Personalized Medicine (CSBPM, a signature center in Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis). His current research focuses on bioinformatics and systems biology, e.g., applying machine learning, swarm intelligence, and complex network modeling techniques into identifying systems biomarkers for early diagnosis and predicting drug responses based on systems pharmacology. He is also an Associate Editor of Frontiers in Systems Biology since 2009.
Disciplines: biologychaos theoryinformaticsintellegent systemsmedical and molecular geneticsnonlinear dynamicspublic health