Today I gave a Network seminar on Characterizing participation in online discussion platforms. These seminars are weekly series on networks and related topics held in the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. The talk covered the main findings of my PhD research to date (supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness under the María de Maeztu Units of Excellence Programme MDM-2015-0502):
- Aragón, P., Gómez, V., García, D, & Kaltenbrunner, A. (2017), “Generative models of online discussion threads: state of the art and research challenges” Journal of Internet Services and Applications, 8(1), 15.
- Aragón, P., Gómez, V. & Kaltenbrunner, A. (2017), “Detecting Platform Effects in Online Discussions”. Policy & Internet. doi:10.1002/poi3.158
- Aragón P,. Kaltenbrunner A., Calleja-López A., Pereira A., Monterde A., Barandiaran, X. & Gómez V. (2017). “Deliberative Platform Design: The case study of online discussions in Decidim Barcelona”. The 9th International Conference on Social Informatics, Oxford, United Kingdom.
- Aragón, P., Gómez, V., & Kaltenbrunner, A. (2017). “To Thread or Not to Thread: The Impact of Conversation Threading on Online Discussion”. The International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, Montreal, Canada.
- Aragón, P., Gómez, V., & Kaltenbrunner, A. (2016). “Visualization Tool for Collective Awareness in a Platform of Citizen Proposals”. The International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, Cologne, Germany.
This experience, together with another internal seminar I gave last week to introduce myself at the Oxford Internet Institute, let me not only to receive very valuable feedback but also to disccover the challenge of organizing all my PhD work into a one single story 😃