Ph.D. Student | University of Michigan
haopeng [at] umich [dot] edu
I am a PhD student in School of Information at University of Michigan, where I am advised by Daniel M. Romero. I am interested in computational social science. My research focuses on social networks, complex systems, and science of science.
- H. Peng, Q. Ke, C. Budak, D.M. Romero, Y.Y. Ahn. Neural Embeddings of Scholarly Periodicals Reveal Complex Disciplinary Organizations. [In Review] [arXiv]
- H. Peng, A. Nematzadeh, D.M. Romero, E. Ferrara. Network Modularity Controls the Speed of Information Diffusion. [In Review] [arXiv]
- K. Sasahara, W. Chen, H. Peng, G.L. Ciampaglia, A. Flammini, F. Menczer. On the Inevitability of Online Echo Chambers. [In Review] [arXiv] [Demo]
- H. Peng, C. Budak, D.M. Romero. Event-Driven Analysis of Crowd Dynamics in the Black Lives Matter Online Social Movement. Proceedings of The Web Conference (WWW'19, short paper).
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