Understanding the Present and Designing the Future of Risk Prediction IT in Fire Departments
Making Information Deserts Visible: Computational Models, Disparities in Civic Technology Use, and Urban Decision Making
Risk Work and Risk Information Seeking during a Public Health Crisis
A Visualization Tool and Assessment Framework for Civic Technology Use in the DMV Area: The Case of 311 Systems During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Exploring How Convergence Methods Foster Shared Accountability to Reveal, Map, and Mitigate the Sources and Dynamics of Bias across Social Service Provisioning Systems
AI for AI: Toward Community-level Human-AI Collaborations in Local Meetups
Remapping Southside Community: Storytelling Urban Renewal Impact
The presented projects are based on multi-institutional collaboration. Other than the major projects presented above, there are other projects that are either short-term or under exploration. If interested, please contact the CIL members to explore more about possible projects at the intersection of civic technology, local information, and socio-technical systems.
We thank the sponsors, collaborators, and community members who have made this research program possible.