CIL is a research group at George Mason University located in Fairfax, Virginia, who studies the dynamics of local communities, technology-enabled groups, and information infrastructures using computatioal methods and socio-technical approaches.
We are grateful for the generous support of the National Science Foundation's Human-Centered Computing (HCC) Program for our project on designing the future of risk prediction IT in fire departments.
CIL will collaborate with Arizona State University on identifying and minimizing biases in social service provisioning systems, thanks to the generous support from the National Science Foundation's DASS program.
We are grateful that our paper on social justice in Boston's 311 system receives the Best Full Research Paper Runner-Up from European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS).
CIL welcomes six undergraduate interns for the Summer Team Impact Program (STIP) and four high school interns for the Aspiring Scientists Summer Internship Program (ASSIP)!
Ph.D. student Hiba Siraj, Myeong, and collaborators discuss a paper on informal risk work during COVID-19 at the Work in the Age of Intelligent Machines (WAIM) Summer Conference in Washington D.C.
Myeong gives an invited Special Lecture on Word Embedding Models at the Kyungbook National University's iSchool.
Myeong becomes a core faculty member at GMU's Center for Advancing Human-Machine Partnership (CAHMP).
We are grateful to receive a Summer Team Impact Award from GMU Provost Office (OSCAR) to host an undergraduate research internship at GMU in Summer 2022 .
CIL welcomes Master's student Ishana Shinde and undergraduate student Victoria Gonzales who will work on the 4-VA project.
Myeong presents a paper on Boston's 311 data analysis at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
CIL congratulates Ph.D. student Jinyi Kim who receives a GRA award from GMU's Center for Advancing Human-Machine Partnership (CAHMP) to work on the Remapping Southside Community project.
CIL welcomes Matt Willis and Jinyi Kim who starts their Ph.D. journey at the IST department.
Myeong gives an invited BK21 Special Lecture on Digital Curation Methods at the Kyungbook National University's iSchool.
We are grateful for receiving a 4-VA Collaborative Research Grant to conduct a pilot study on community-level Human-AI collaboration on Event-based Social Network platforms.
Katie and Myeong present a CHI paper on risk perception during the COVID-19 pandemic and receive an Honorable Mention Award!
Ph.D. student Mark Peterson presents a paper on multi-generational stories of urban renewal at the iConference 2021.
CIL welcomes Master's student Samriddhi Dashora who will work on the NSF CIVIC project.
We are grateful for receiving an CIVIC Innovation Challenge Stage 1 (planning) Grant from National Science Foundation to study people's civic technology reappropriation processes during a public health crisis.
CIL welcomes Hiba Siraj who starts her Ph.D. journey at the IST department.
Consequential, a Carnegie Mellon's Podcast, covers Myeong's discussion on information deserts in their episode, "Is Information Democratized?"
Myeong gives an BK21 Plus invited talk at the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Ulsan, South Korea.
We welcome CIL member Julia Hsu who continues her research in the Ph.D. program at the IST department.
Myeong presents a paper on cultural activity diversity at the iConference 2020.
Our lab members, Julia, Vikas, Suhasini, Mark, and Bez present two research posters at the Engineering Week, GMU.
A student team led by Master's student Julia Hsu wins the Winner Award from the Wells Fargo Campus Analytics Challenge.
Myeong gives a talk on the value-sensitive design of a historical data platform at the Humanities-Centered Design Seminar at GMU.
If you are interested in joining or collaborating with CIL, contact the CIL Director through email, please.