Yeeeha, our paper “Sorry, I was hacked”—A Classification of Compromised Twitter Accounts has been accepted at the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing 🙂 In particular, it has been accepted for the Social Network and Media Analysis (SONAMA) track. Our work features an analysis of Twitter whose Twitter accounts have been compromised and it aims at analysing how users deal with this account comprimising. I’m really looking forward to presenting our work at Dongguk University, Gyeongju, Korea. If you are interested in this work, I just uploaded the pdf to the publications section or contact me 🙂
Our two journal articles (finally) have been published too. The first article elaborates on how to support and guide users during collaborative content creation at the Journal on Future Generation Computer Systems (impact factor 1.978). The second article is about how text similarity measures influence the quality of hashtag recommendations for tweets and is published in Springer’s Social Network Analysis and Mining Journal.
Furthermore, my dissertation has been featured in Datenbank-Spektrum, the Journal of the German Computer Society.
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