Dongwon Lee a faculty member in the College of Information Sciences and Technology (a.k.a. iSchool) of the Pennsylvania State University, USA. From 2015 to 2017, in addition, he has served as a program director at National Science Foundation (NSF), co-managing the SFS and SaTC programs of the yearly budget of $55M. He obtained his Ph.D. in Computer Science from UCLA in 2002. He is also elected as ACM distinguished scientist in 2019. He researches broadly in data science, social computing, and cybersecurity. Further details of his research can be found at: http://pike.psu.edu/dongwon/ .
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Combating False Information
The recent world-wide rise of “false information” (that includes rumor, clickbait, fake news, hoax, misinformation, and disinformation) has caused significant confusion and disruption...
Human Computation in Data Science
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LIKEs-R-Us: Analyzing LIKEs in Social Media
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