We are pleased to celebrate grad students Julie Hui and Emily Harburg who were selected for Facebook internships and will conduct research at the Mountain View campus this fall.
Thanks to colleague, Karim Lakhani, who invited me to deliver a keynote at the Open and User Innovation Conference this summer at Harvard Business School.
Thanks to New York Times Reporter Constance Gustke for a great article about the role of crowdsourcing in innovation.
Our research on the challenging work of crowdfunding was recently featured in the April 2016 Issue of Sloan Management Review “How Crowdfunding Supports Innovation”
Congratulations to our PhD student Eureka Foong who was accepted to Computing Research Association Grad Cohort Workshop in San Diego!
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been asked to be a founding associate editor of the New ACM Journal on Transactions on Social Computing!
I am very proud of Grace Chen and my colleagues for publishing this latest paper titled Social Network, Web Forum, or Task Market? Comparing Different Crowd Genres For Design Feedback Exchange. It will be available in Proceedings of Design of Interactive Systems, ACM Press, 2016.
We are honored to have our crowdfuding research featured in Switzerland’s Hemisphere. the article is called “Mettre de soi dans un projet.”
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