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Dr Matthew Rowe

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Matthew Rowe

InfoLab21

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

Lancaster LA1 4WA

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1524 510310

Location: C58

Research overview

My core research interest is in the area of Social Computing where I examine how users engage with the social web and social media, and how such engagement changes over time and the factors that are linked with such changes. To facilitate my research I examine the following topics:

  • Automated prediction methods based on machine learning (i.e. objective optimisation techniques)
  • Data mining using statistical models and scalable pattern recognition techniques
  • The semantic web and linked data, including user and community representation paradigms
  • Identity disambiguation and coreference resolution

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Career Details

Qualifications

Ph.D. Computer Science (University of Sheffield, UK) - 2010

M.Eng. Software Engineering (University of Sheffield, UK) - 2006

 

Employment

Lecturer, School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University. 2012 - present

Research Associate, Knowledge Media Institute, the Open University, Milton Keynes. 2010-2012

Professional Role

Journal Reviewer

 

Conference Program Committee Member

 

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