I direct the Data Science Lab at Utah State. My primary research interests are in information quality and data analytics over large-scale networked information systems like the Web, social media and crowdsourcing systems. My research focus has both positive and negative dimensions. On one hand, I focus on threats to these systems and design methods to mitigate negative behaviors; on the other, I look for positive opportunities to mine and analyze these systems for developing next generation algorithms and architectures that can empower decision makers.

Teaching (full list)

  • CS 5890: Introduction to Data Science, Fall 2015

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Awards

  • USU Research Catalyst Grant, 2014
  • Best Paper Nominee, ACM IUI, 2014
  • Amazon Web Services in Research Grant, 2014
  • Google Faculty Research Award, 2013