Organizing a special track on "Applications of Social Media in Security Informatics" (ASMSI) in The Seventh International Conference on Social Media Technologies, Communication, and Informatics (SOTICS) 2017.
Successfully defended my Ph.D. thesis on June 22, 2017. My dissertation can be accessed here.
Awarded student travel grant from PAKDD and ACM-India to present my work at PAKDD 2017
submitted my Ph.D. dissertation to the examiners [Synopsis Link]
will Present my work dynamics of religious conflict on online social media at PAKDD, Jeju, South Korea (May 23-26, 2017)
Presented my paper on complaint reports identification at ADMA, Gold Coast, Australia (December 12-15, 2016)
Presented my work on racist intent classification in microblogs at EISIC, Uppsala, Sweden (August 17-19, 2016)
Presented my work at CoDS- on mining Twitter data for civil unrest event prediction, Pune (March 13-16, 2016)
I am a Computer Science Ph.D., graduated from IIIT-Delhi advised by Dr. Ashish Sureka and co-advised by Dr. Vikram Goyal. My thesis is focused on "Open Source Social Media as Sensors for Enabling Government Identification, Prediction and Response Applications". The aim of these applications is to investigate text classification and natural language processing-based techniques for developing novel applications of Open Source Social Media Intelligence in the government sector. For example,
My thesis can be accessed here: Link
My primary research interests are in social computing, social informatics, machine learning, data mining, natural language processing, text mining and analytics, and information visualization.