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I have recently started the Behavioral Informatics research group at Rutgers University. The group looks at multiple problems at the intersection of Big Data Analytics, Computational Social Science, and Multimedia Information Systems.
The research group focuses on using mobile phones and other sensors for understanding and influencing human behavior. Active projects include:
1) The Rutgers Well-being Study where detailed personal data about user behavior, social interactions, and mobility are being used to predict their health status, emotions, and well-being.
2) Sensor-Based Understanding of Information Seeking Behavior, where detailed personal data (e.g. phone, fitbit data) are being used to understand user’s information-seeking behavior.
3) Detecting and preventing cyberbullying in online environments.
Note to prospective PhD students: Please check out the details for the PhD admission process here. I always try to answer any student queries regarding graduate school admission and life as a PhD student.