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Lecturer in Computer Science
Middlesex University

Honorary researcher in Computer Science
University College London

E-mail:
g.(last name) (at) mdx.ac.uk
g.(last name) (at) cs.ucl.ac.uk

   

I am a Lecturer in Computing Science, School of Science and Technology, Department of Computer Science, Research Group in Applied Software Engineering at Middlesex University in London, UK. I am also an honorary member of the Department of Computer Science at University College London, UK.

Prior to joining Middlesex University, I was a Research Fellow at the Geospatial Analytics and Computing Group at University College London. Prior to joining the Geospatial Analytics and Computing Group, I was a Research Fellow at the Department of Computer Science at University College London. I joined University College London in 2010 thanks to the FP7-PEOPLE-2009-IEF Marie Curie Action.

News:

  • August 2016: Paper "Mass participation during emergency response: event-centric crowd-sourcing in humanitarian mapping" accepted @ CSCW 2017.
  • August 2016: Paper "Work Always in Progress: Analysing Maintenance Practices in Spatial Crowd-sourced Datasets" accepted @ CSCW 2017.
  • August 2016: Short Paper "City form and well-being: what makes London neighborhoods good places to live?" accepted @ SIGSPATIAL 2016.
  • August 2016: Paper "Social Contribution Settings and Newcomer Retention in Humanitarian Crowd Mapping" accepted @ SocInfo 2016.
  • May 2016: Paper "Exploring Maintenance Practices in Crowd-Mapping" accepted @ Hypertext 2016. [PDF]
  • April 2016: Paper "Guns of Brixton: which London neighborhoods host gang activity?" accepted @ Urban IoT 2016 (best paper award). [PDF]
  • Dec 2015: Paper "Who benefits from the "sharing" economy of Airbnb?" accepted @ WWW 2016. [Arxiv] [SSRN]