Ph.D. Student | University of Michigan
haopeng [at] umich [dot] edu
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I'm a Ph.D. student in School of Information at University of Michigan, co-advised by Ceren Budak and Daniel M. Romero. I'm interested in Computational Social Science and Data Mining. My research focuses on addressing questions from social media and various complex systems. Topics I investigate include information diffusion, social movements, and science of science.
- 05/2019: Our Echo Demo is online!
- 01/2019: Our short paper on investigating crowd dynamics in the BLM online movement is accepted to WWW'19!
- K. Sasahara, W. Chen, H. Peng, G.L. Ciampaglia, A. Flammini, F. Menczer. On the Inevitability of Online Echo Chambers. [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). [Slides] [Poster]
- A. Sapienza, H. Peng, E. Ferrara. Performance Dynamics and Success in Online Games. IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (ICDMW'17). [arxiv]
- M. Abdul-Mageed, A. Buffone, H. Peng, S. Giorgi, J. Eichstaedt, L. Ungar. Recognizing Pathogenic Empathy in Social Media. Proceedings of the 11th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM'17).
I like taking photos!