Computational Media Lab

UT's incubator for cutting-edge research on social media


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Introducing the Computational Media Lab

Introducing the Computational Media Lab

Social media has become an important part of our economic, political and social lives. The purpose of the Computational Media Lab is to decipher, interpret and analyze...

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Meet our research team

The Computational Media Lab is a student-faculty collaboration across multiple disciplines.

Justin Segler

Justin Segler

Ben Rodgers

Ben Rodgers

  • Python 100%
  • Machine Learning 90%
  • Data Visualization 80%
  • Web Scraping 50%
Nandhini Lakuduva

Nandhini Lakuduva

  • Python 90%
  • Data Mining 75%
  • Database Management 70%
  • Web Scraping 50%
Jessica Lindee

Jessica Lindee

  • Python 70%
  • Data Mining 60%
  • Machine Learning 50%
  • Social Media Analysis 30%
Dhiraj Murthy

Dhiraj Murthy

  • Data Science 100%
  • Machine Learning 100%
  • Digital Ethnography 100%
  • Social Network Analysis 100%
Kelsey Whipple

Kelsey Whipple

  • Social Media 95%
  • Audience Analytics 100%
  • UX/UI Planning & Design 90%
  • Online Editing 90%
Margaret Ng

Margaret Ng

  • Adobe Creative Suite 100%
  • Gephi 95%
  • JavaScript/d3.js 90%
  • Python 80%
Arnold Chung

Arnold Chung

  • Python 90%
  • R 75%
  • Social Network Analysis 50%
  • Facebook Addition 90%
Joseph Jai-sung Yoo

Joseph Jai-sung Yoo

  • R 75%
  • Python 50%
  • SPSS & AMOS 85%
Lesley Willard

Lesley Willard

  • Social Media 100%
  • HTML/CSS 90%
  • Ethnography 80%
  • Python 40%
Martin J. Riedl

Martin J. Riedl

  • Social Media 90%
  • SPSS, R & Stats 60%
  • Media Studies 70%
  • Content Analysis 85%
Aubrey O’Neal

Aubrey O’Neal

  • Python 50%
  • Statistics 50%
  • Adobe Creative Suite 70%
  • Social Network Analysis 60%
Jin-A Choi

Jin-A Choi

  • Social Media 100%
  • Digital Analytics 90%
  • Python 80%
  • Audience Analytics 85%