Daniel M. RomeroPhD Candidate
Center for Applied Mathematics
657 Frank H.T. Rhodes Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
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My main research interest is the empirical and theoretical analysis of Social and Information Networks. I am particularly interested in the study of network evolution and information diffusion.
My advisor is Jon Kleinberg.
PublicationsMore information in my Google Scholar Citations profile.
D.M. Romero, C. Tan, and J. Ugander. "Social-Topical Affiliations: The Interplay between Structure and Popularity." (preprint)
D.M. Romero, B. Meeder, and J. Kleinberg "Differences in the Mechanics of Information Diffusion Across Topics: Idioms, Political Hashtags, and Complex Contagion on Twitter." Proc. 20th ACM International World Wide Web Conference, 2011. [Slides] In the press: New York Times, CBS News
D.M. Romero, W. Galuba, S. Asur, and B.A. Huberman "Influence and Passivity in Social Media." Proc. European Conference on Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases, 2011 [Slides] In the press: New Scientist, The Economist, BBC, MIT Tech Review, Huffington Post, Business Insider, CNet, Mashable
J. Cheng, D.M. Romero, B. Meeder, J. Kleinberg. "Predicting Reciprocity in Social Networks. " Proc. 3rd IEEE Conference on Social Computing, 2011.
D.M. Romero, B. Meeder, V. Barash, and J. Kleinberg "Maintaining Ties on Social Media Sites: The Competing Effects of Balance, Exchange, and Betweenness." Proc. 5th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, 2011.
M.J. Brzozowski and D.M. Romero "Who Should I Follow? Recommending People in Directed Social Networks." Proc. 5th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, 2011.
D.M. Romero and J. Kleinberg, "The Directed Closure Process in Hybrid Social-Information Networks, with an Analysis of Link Formation on Twitter." Proc. 4th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, 2010. [Slides]
S. Yardi, D.M. Romero, G. Schoenebeck, and d. boyd, "Detecting spam in a Twitter network." First Monday, Volume 15, Number 1, 2010.
D.M. Romero, C. Kribs-Zaleta, A. Mubayi, and C. Orbe "An Epidemiological Approach to the Spread of Political Third Parties." Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - B, 15, 707-738, 2011.
B.A. Huberman, D.M. Romero and F. Wu, "Social Networks that Matter: Twitter Under the Microscope." First Monday, Volume 14, Number 1, 2009.
B.A. Huberman, D.M. Romero and F. Wu, "Crowdsourcing, Attention and Productivity." Journal of Information Sciences, volume 35, number 6, pp. 758-765, 2009. [Slides] In the press: New Scientist
Program Committee Member
Spring 2012: Business Statistics
Fall 2011: Applied Calculus I
Spring 2011: Calculus II
Fall 2010: High School Algebra I
Spring 2010: High School Algebra II
Fall 2009: High School Algebra I