UMD Graduate School features iSchool PhD student Joohee Choi

UMD Graduate School features iSchool PhD student Joohee Choi


from original article:Joohee came to the University of Maryland from Yonsei University, where she received her Master's degree in Cognitive Science. Now in her second year in the iSchool's doctoral program, Joohee's research examines information behavior - what people do to fulfill their information needs. Using computational techniques, her research aims to analyze the large-scale data that captures ongoing social phenomena.

Joohee is already internationally recognized for her work. Less than a month ago, Joohee published her first full paper, as first author, and presented it at the 2017 Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW) conference. The paper was titled Characteristics of Collaboration in the Emerging Practice of Open Data Analysis.  The 2017 International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM) has also accepted a paper she co-authored entitled Which Size Matters? Effects of Crowd Size on Solution Quality in Big Data Q&A Communities

Read the interview with Joohee Choi here: https://gradschool.umd.edu/newsroom/jooheechoi