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Dr. Cornelia CarageaDr. Cornelia Caragea
University of North Texas

cornelia.caragea@unt.edu
Dr. Cornelia Caragea is an assistant professor at the University of North Texas. Her appointment marks one of the University’s unique approaches to faculty hires: she is part of the interdisciplinary Knowledge Discovery from Digital Information (KDDI) research cluster, with a dual appointment in Computer Science and Engineering and Library and Information Sciences. She directs the Machine Learning Research Laboratory at UNT.

Cornelia’s research interests lie at the intersection of machine learning, text mining, information retrieval, social and information network analysis, and natural language processing, with applications in scholarly digital libraries. She has published research papers in prestigious venues such as AAAI, IJCAI, WWW, ICDM, ECIR, JCDL, Coling, and D-Lib. Cornelia reviewed for many journals including Nature, ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology, Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, and Transactions on Affective Computing, and was a PC member for top conferences such as Coling, ACL, IJCAI, SAC, CIKM, and WWW.

 


Dr. Lin LinDr. Lin Lin
University of North Texas
lin.lin@unt.edu

Dr. Lin Lin is an Associate Professor of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas. Her research lies in the intersection of new media and technology, cognitive psychology, and education. She has conducted research on the impacts of new media and technologies on the brain, cognition and learning, specifically in media multitasking, online learning, and game-based learning. Lin received her doctoral degree from Columbia University, and has published at dozens of academic journals, including the journal of the National Academy of Sciences.  She has been cited and interviewed by magazines and newspapers such as Le Temps, Ingenioren, the Scientific American, and Fort Worth Star-Telegram. You can find more info about Dr. Lin at http://courseweb.unt.edu/llin/.

Please meet Lin and learn more about her research on media multitasking and her joint-research with Dr. Tao Zhang and Dr. Xiangli Gu on physically interactive video games in the following weeks at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

 


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The Museum's Noble Planetarium was the first planetarium to be named after a female astronomer, Charlie Mary Noble, a Fort Worth educator of math and astronomy.

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