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Saeed Abdullah

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Information Sciences and Technology

Email: saeed@psu.edu

Research Interests: mHealth; sensing health behaviors and contexts; data-driven intervention; pervasive health technologies

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Youakim Badr

  • Associate Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: School of Graduate Professional Studies, Penn State Great Valley

Email: yzb61@psu.edu

Research Interests: Dr. Badr is developing a new chain of data analytical models, tools, and platforms for designing and deploying “Trustworthy AI Service Systems” by investigating a multidisciplinary and systematic approach, integrating AI, IoT, and Blockchains.

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Syed Billah

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Information Sciences and Technology

Email: skb5969@psu.edu

Research Interests: Accessible Computing; Trustworthy AI for Accessibility Assistive Technology

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Rick Brazier

  • Senior Associate Dean for Faculty and Research
  • CSRAI Steering Committee

Department/Unit: Senior Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses

Email: rab27@psu.edu

Research Interests: Rick Brazier is senior associate dean for faculty and research for the 14 campuses that comprise the University College. He oversees all aspects of faculty development from hiring through promotions and sabbaticals, including grant proposals. Dr. Brazier is a professor of mathematics and geology. He began his Penn State career in 1996 as a research associate in EMS and then as an instructor and subsequently tenure line faculty member at Penn State DuBois.

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Laura Cabrera

  • Associate Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Engineering

Email: lcabrera@psu.edu

Research Interests: My interests focus on the ethical and societal implications of neurotechnologies used for treatment as well as for enhancement purposes. I have been working on projects at the interface of normative, conceptual and empirical approaches, exploring attitudes and ethical concerns of professionals, patients and members of the public toward brain interventions.

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Betsy Campbell

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Education

Email: bjc28@psu.edu

Research Interests: Diversity inclusion and belonging; Transparency of process; Team work; Use of AI in innovative entrepreneurial work

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John Carroll

  • Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: jmc56@psu.edu

Research Interests: Human-Centered Technology; Design Community Innovation; Community Data Health Informatics; Wellbeing Mediated Participation; Coproduction Minimalist Information; Scenario-Based Design

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Jinghui Chen

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: jzc5917@psu.edu

Research Interests: My research interests broadly include the theory and applications in different aspects of machine learning (machine learning robustness, machine learning efficiency, machine learning safety and privacy, etc.), especially adversarial machine learning.

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Huanyu (Larry) Cheng

  • Dorothy Quiggle Assistant Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, College of Engineering

Email: huanyu.cheng@psu.edu

Research Interests: The research in the Cheng group focuses on the design, fabrication, and application of skin-like wearable devices and degradable electronics for biomedicine.

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Kelley Cotter

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: kcotter@psu.edu

Research Interests: My research explores how algorithms and AI shape social, cultural, and political life, and vice versa. Much of my work focuses on how people learn about and make sense of (social media platform) algorithms. In this, I'm interested questions about power, individual and collective agency, governance of algorithms (particularly bottom-up governance), life chances and opportunities, among other matters.

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Daren Coudriet

  • Executive Director of Innovation
  • CSRAI Steering Committee

Department/Unit: Penn State Outreach

Email: dlc122@psu.edu

Research Interests:

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Max Crowley

  • Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Studies, and Public Policy
  • CSRAI Steering Committee

Department/Unit: College of Health and Human Development

Email: dmc397@psu.edu

Research Interests: Max Crowley is a prevention scientist investigating how to optimize investments in healthy development and wellbeing. This work sits at the intersection of social policy, prevention science and public finance. His program of research is motivated by a desire to increase the use of cost-effective, evidence-based preventive strategies to improve the lives of children and families. To accomplish this, his work aims to (1) strengthen methods for benefit-cost analyses of preventive interventions, (2) optimize prevention strategies’ impact and (3) develop best practices for how to translate these investments into evidence-based policy. In this manner, Dr. Crowley seeks to not only understand the costs and benefits of prevention, but aim to develop better interventions and encourage them to be disseminated widely. Dr. Crowley's research is funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institute of Nursing Research, National Institute of Child Health & Human Development and National Institute on Aging as well as the Robert Wood Johnson, Laura & John Arnold, Annie E. Casey, Michael and Susan Dell and Doris Duke Charitable Foundations.

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Min Ding

  • Bard Professor in Marketing
  • CSRAI Steering Committee

Department/Unit: Smeal College of Business

Email: minding@psu.edu

Research Interests: Min Ding is Bard Professor of Marketing at Smeal College of Business and Affiliate Professor in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at the Pennsylvania State University, and has held past visiting positions at Australian National University, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Fudan University, and MIT. Min received his Ph.D. in Marketing (with a 2nd concentration in Health Care System) from Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D. in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from the Ohio State University, and B.S. in Genetics and Genetic Engineering from Fudan University. His current scholarly interest are in three domains: Artificial Intelligence and its Application in Commerce (Deep Learning Methods; Artificial Empathy; Intraperson Game Theory; Artificial Decision; Prescriptive Recommenders; Matching Systems), Innovation (Logical Creative Thinking [LCT]; Incentive Alignment [IA]; Innovation in Medicine; Adoption of Near-Term Disruptive Technologies), and Human and Societal Development (The Bubble Theory [Fair Development, Fair Wealth, Enlightened Needs]; Hualish Culture [originated from the greater China region]).

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Homero Gil de Zúñiga

  • Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications

Email: hgzn@psu.edu

Research Interests: Professor Gil de Zúñiga's research generally seeks to clarify the impact and effects that AI and algorithmic based social media largely have over society. Particularly, his research sheds light on AI and social media benefits and perils revolving the creation of an informed public opinion and a healthier democracy.

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C. Lee Giles

  • Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: clg20@psu.edu

Research Interests: AI and machine learning for math education. Grammatical inference and  deep learning. Explainable AI and verification.

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Xinning Gui

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: xinninggui@psu.edu

Research Interests: Human-AI interaction; Human-Centered AI; AI in Healthcare

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Benjamin Hanrahan

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: bvh10@psu.edu

Research Interests: Dr. Hanrahan's research interests center around how information and user interfaces structure and influence user agency. He have investigated this topic in various contexts, particularly how email conversations impact users’ agency over their attention, how employer-employee relationships are mediated by digital platforms, and how systems can better structure algorithmically supported interactions.

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Vasant Honavar

  • Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Information Sciences and Technology

Email: vuh14@psu.edu

Research Interests: Artificial Intelligence Machine Learning Causal Inference Deep Learning Knowledge Representation Data Sciences Scientific AI Biomedical and Health Informatics Algorithmic Bias, Fairness, and Accountability

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Hadi Hosseini

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Information Sciences and Technology

Email: hbh5279@psu.edu

Research Interests: Algorithmic Economics Computational Social Choice Fairness in AI Multiagent Systems

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Margaret Hu

  • Associate Dean for Non-JD Programs
  • CSRAI Steering Committee

Department/Unit: Penn State Law

Email: mkh6004@psu.edu

Research Interests: Professor Margaret Hu is a Professor of Law and of International Affairs, Co-Hire for the Institute for Computational and Data Sciences, and Faculty Member of the Institute for Network and Security Research in the College of Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University. She also serves as Penn State Law's inaugural Dean for Non-JD Programs. Her research interests include the intersection of immigration policy, national security, cybersurveillance, and civil rights. She has published several works on dataveillance and cybersurveillance, including, Biometric ID Cybersurveillance; Big Data Blacklisting; Taxonomy of the Snowden Disclosures; Biometric Cyberintelligence and the Posse Comitatus Act; and Algorithmic Jim Crow.  She is currently a member of the Advisory Board of the Future of Privacy Forum, a non-profit think tank in Washington, D.C., that promotes responsible data privacy policies. Previously, she served as special policy counsel in the Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC), Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice. Dean Hu holds a B.A. from the University of Kansas and a J.D. from Duke Law School. She clerked for Judge Rosemary Barkett on U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and subsequently joined the U.S. Department of Justice through the Attorney General’s Honors Program.

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Kenneth Huang

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: txh710@psu.edu

Research Interests: Dr. Huang's research lies in the intersection of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), imagining new possibilities of human-AI collaborations.

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Yubo Kou

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: yvk5270@psu.edu

Research Interests: Human-AI interaction; Fairness Perception of AI; AI in Content Moderation

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Fenglong Ma

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: ffm5105@psu.edu

Research Interests: My research interest is on artificial intelligence for healthcare, especially for disease risk prediction by modeling longitudinal electronic health data, medical natural language processing, robust and federated machine learning.

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Andrea Matwyshyn

  • Associate Dean for Innovation and Technology
  • CSRAI Steering Committee

Department/Unit: Penn State Law

Email: andreamm@psu.edu

Research Interests: Andrea Matwyshyn is founding director of the Penn State PILOT Lab (Policy Innovation Lab of Tomorrow), an interdisciplinary technology policy lab, and a professor with Penn State Law and the College of Engineering. She is an academic and author whose work focuses on technology and information policy and law, particularly information security/”cybersecurity,” artificial intelligence, consumer privacy, intellectual property, health technology, and technology workforce pipeline policy. Previously, she was professor of law/professor of computer science (by courtesy) at Northeastern University, where she served as co-director of the Center for Law, Innovation, and Creativity (CLIC). She is a faculty affiliate of the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School and as a senior fellow of the Cyber Statecraft Initiative at the Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcraft Center on International Security.

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Michele Mekel

  • Interim Director, Bioethics Program
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of the Liberal Arts

Email: mmekel@psu.edu

Research Interests: Biomedical Bioethics, Health Humanities, Bioethics and Emerging Technologies, Etc.

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Prasenjit Mitra

  • Associate Dean for Research
  • CSRAI Steering Committee

Department/Unit: College of Information Sciences and Technology

Email: pum10@psu.edu

Research Interests: Prasenjit Mitra is a professor in the College of Information Sciences and Technology; he serves on the graduate faculty of the Department of Computer Sciences and Engineering and is an affiliate faculty member of the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University. His current research interests are in the areas of big data analytics, applied machine learning, and visual analytics. In the past, he has contributed to the areas of data interoperation, data cleaning, and digital libraries especially in tabular data extraction, and citation recommendation.

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Rebecca Napolitano

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Engineering

Email: nap@psu.edu

Research Interests: Resilience of the built environment; adaptive reuse for sustainable, affordable housing; cultural heritage buildings; UAV monitoring of buildings; sustainable materials development

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Mary Beth Oliver

  • Bellisario Professor of Media Studies
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Bellisario College of Communications

Email: mbo1@psu.edu

Research Interests: I am interested in the ways that media can enhance well-being and social good.

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Martina Orlandi

  • Postdoctoral Scholar in Engaged Ethics
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Rock Ethics Institute, College of the Liberal Arts

Email: mzo5313@psu.edu

Research Interests: My research focuses on beliefs that are unduly influenced by our own political motivations or personal interests, the kinds of ethical risks that stem from holding such beliefs, and what responsible AI can do to limit their spread.

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Holly Overton

  • Associate Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications

Email: hko104@psu.edu

Research Interests: Dr. Overton conducts public relations research in the areas of corporate social responsibility communication and corporate social advocacy. Her research also focuses on examining psychological factors that impact information processing and engagement among publics, nonprofit public relations, and the persuasive impact of messages and technological factors in public relations contexts.

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Bing Pan

  • Associate Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Health and Human Development

Email: bup63@psu.edu

Research Interests: My research interests include big data and data analytics in tourism and parks, including using machine learning and artificial intelligence to monitor, predict, and nudge visitor behavior.

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Herschel Pangborn

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Mechanical Engineering

Email: hxp5027@psu.edu

Research Interests: My research lab focuses on the dynamic modeling, design, and control of energy systems, including aircraft, cars, and buildings. A particular focus is predictive hierarchical control frameworks that coordinate decision-making across multiple systems, timescales, and energy domains. Our goal is to develop and apply mathematical techniques for assuring safe and efficient autonomy in complex energy systems.

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Robin Qiu

  • Professor of Information Science
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Science/Engineering Division at Penn State Great Valley

Email: robinqiu@psu.edu

Research Interests: Big Data, Data/Business Analytics, Smart Service Systems, Service Science, Social Computing, Service Operations and Management, Information Systems, and Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management

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Wesley Reinhart

  • Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
  • CSRAI Steering Committee

Department/Unit: College of Earth and Mineral Sciences

Email: reinhart@psu.edu

Research Interests: Wesley Reinhart received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. He attended Princeton University on a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship, where he worked on strategies for predicting, understanding, and controlling colloidal crystallization using large-scale computer simulations and machine learning methods. After completing his Ph.D. in Chemical and Biological Engineering, he worked as a Research Scientist at Siemens Corporate Technology. His research initiatives there focused on computational geometry, knowledge representation, and exploiting the structure-function relationship in manufacturing contexts. He joined Penn State’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering in 2020 and holds an appointment as an Institute for Computational and Data Sciences Co-hire.

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Pejman Sajjadi

  • Postdoctoral Research Scholar
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Institute for Computation-Data Science

Email: sfs5919@psu.edu

Research Interests: Serious Games; Extended Reality (VR/AR/MR); Embodied Conversational Agents (ECAs); Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

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Fuyuan Shen

  • Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications

Email: fus1@psu.edu

Research Interests: Digital advertising and behavioral targeting, AI and algorithms in advertising, AI and privacy issues

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S. Shyam Sundar

  • James P. Jimirro Professor of Media Effects
  • CSRAI Director

Department/Unit: Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications

Email: sss12@psu.edu

Research Interests: S. Shyam Sundar is James P. Jimirro Professor of Media Effects and founder of the Media Effects Research Laboratory in the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. His research investigates social and psychological effects of interactive media, including mobile phones, social media, chatbots, robots, smart speakers and algorithms. His experiments investigate the role played by technological affordances in shaping user experience of mediated communications in a variety of interfaces. Current research pertains to fake news, chatbots and smart speakers, AI algorithms, online privacy, social media uses and effects, persuasive aspects of human-computer interaction (HCI), and the strategic use of communication technologies for motivating healthy and prosocial human behaviors.

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Daniel Susser

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Information Sciences and Technology

Email: daniel.susser@psu.edu

Research Interests: Technology ethics and policy (esp. privacy and data ethics); philosophy of technology; science and technology studies

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Andrea Tapia

  • Associate Dean for Research
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: axh50@psu.edu

Research Interests: Dr. Tapia is a scholar of Crisis Informatics, the study of information discovery, needs, use and sharing in disaster or crisis settings. Dr. Tapia seeks to develop information and communication technology solutions that promote better decision-making across all responders.  Dr. Tapia’s work focuses on making data generated by individuals or social networks via mobile information technologies useful to decision-makers within large institutions. Dr. Tapia’s work contributes to the solution of one of the stickiest problems currently facing emergency response organizations—the organizational inability to take advantage of an abundance of citizen-produced social media data.

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Ted Toadvine

  • Nancy Tuana Director
  • CSRAI Steering Committee

Department/Unit: Rock Ethics Institute

Email: tat30@psu.edu

Research Interests: Toadvine’s research over the last two decades has focused on the themes of aesthetics, animality, embodiment, environment, intersubjectivity, nature, ontology, philosophical method, and temporality. He draws inspiration from the phenomenological tradition (especially Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, and Levinas) as well as deconstruction and post-structuralism (especially Derrida, Nancy, and Deleuze). In 2003, he coined the term “ecophenomenology” to designate an approach to environmental theory that draws on the phenomenological tradition while critically reorienting its relationship with ecology and naturalism. Ecophenomenology is now a recognized field of study across the environmental humanities with proponents in ecocriticism, the arts, architecture, and animal studies, as well as philosophy. His research over the last decade develops a post-naturalistic approach to nature inspired by classic and contemporary sources in the continental tradition, including Bergson, Husserl, Heidegger, Scheler, Merleau-Ponty, Levinas, Derrida, Deleuze, Nancy, and Agamben. His first monograph, Merleau-Ponty’s Philosophy of Nature (Northwestern, 2009), contributes to the theoretical foundations of this new philosophy of nature by showing that Merleau-Ponty's conception of nature, as it develops across his major theoretical works, provides an alternative to naturalistic and constructivist accounts that dominate current environmental theory. Here Toadvine examines the contributions and limitations of Merleau-Ponty’s early Gestalt ontology, his account of radical reflection as a method for disclosing the anonymous level of sensibility and the immemorial past of nature, the radicalization of phenomenology’s investigations of non-human animals, and the significance of his later ontology for environmental concerns. This study lays the philosophical foundations for Toadvine’s original investigations in the philosophy of nature on topics that include nature’s resistance to reflection, the human-animal relation, the temporality of the elements, and biodiacritics.

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James Wang

  • Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Information Sciences and Technology

Email: jwang@ist.psu.edu

Research Interests: Affective Computing Biomedical Imaging Informatics Computer-based Analysis of Visual Art Machine Learning Computer Vision

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Suhang Wang

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: szw494@psu.edu

Research Interests: I mainly work on interpretable, robust and fair machine learning and deep learning models with application to social media mining.

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Shomir Wilson

  • Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: College of Information Sciences and Technology

Email: shomir@psu.edu

Research Interests: My research spans natural language processing, privacy, online social media, and computational social science.

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Dinghao Wu

  • Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: duw12@psu.edu

Research Interests: Cybersecurity, machine learning, software engineering.

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Amulya Yadav

  • PNC Career Development Assistant Professor
  • CSRAI Seminar and Workshop Chair

Department/Unit: College of Information Sciences and Technology

Email: auy212@psu.edu

Research Interests: Amulya Yadav is an Assistant Professor in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State University. He also has an affiliate faculty appointment with the USC Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society. His research interests include Artificial Intelligence, Multi-Agent Systems, Computational Game-Theory and Applied Machine Learning. His work in the field of Artificial Intelligence for Social Good focuses on developing theoretically grounded approaches to real-world problems that can have an impact in the field. His algorithms have been deployed in the real-world, particularly in the field of public health and wildlife protection. Amulya is a recipient of the AAMAS 2016 Best Student Paper Award, the AAAI 2017 Best Video and Best Student Video Award, the IDEAS 2016 Most Visionary Paper Award, and the AAMAS 2017 Best Paper Award nomination. His work has also been highlighted by Mashable.com as one of 26 incredible innovations that improved the world in 2015. Amulya holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California, and a B. Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Patna.

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John Yen

  • Professor
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Information Sciences and Technology

Email: juy1@psu.edu

Research Interests: I am interested in using AI to enhance cyber security in a socially responsible way.  I am also interested in understanding issues related to human trust on AI and in helping people to better calibrate and use AI (e.g., through explainable AI, reproducible AI, etc).

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Bu Zhong

  • Associate Professor of Journalism and Communications
  • CSRAI Affiliate

Department/Unit: Bellisario College of Communications

Email: bxz11@psu.edu

Research Interests: My research has applied decision-making theories to the analysis of information processing and its effects on behavior, cognition, mental health, and social well-being. I explore human-technology interactions as a complex adaptive system, in which the complexity of social systems driven by digital transformation has been particularly scrutinized.

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