We’re always building new collaborations and publishing new projects. These are a few of the peer-reviewed studies published by members of our team during their time in The Computational Media Lab.


Articles/Papers/Proceedings (* indicates student author):


  • Robertson, B. W.*, Johnson, M.*, Murthy, D., Smith, W. R.*, & Stephens, K. K. (in press). Using a combination of human insights and ‘deep learning’ for real-time disaster communication. Progress in Disaster Science. Accepted; in press. [PDF]


  • Xin, E.*, Murthy, D., Lakuduva, N.*, & Stephens, K. K. Assessing the stability of Tweet corpora for hurricane events over time: A mixed methods approach.  Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Social Media and Society (SMSociety ’19). Accepted.


  • Stephens, K. K., Robertson & Murthy, D. Throw Me a Lifeline: Articulating Mobile Social Network Dispersion and the Social Construction of Risk In Rescue Communication. Mobile Media & Communication, Accepted; in press. [PDF]


  • O’Neal, A.*, Rodgers, B.*, Segler, J.*, Murthy, D.,  Lakuduva, N.*, Johnson, M.*, Stephens, K. (2018) ‘Training an Emergency-Response Image Classifier on Signal Data‘ In Kantardzic & Sayed-Mouchaweh (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th IEEE International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications (IEEE ICMLA’18).  Orlando, FL,  December 2018. (PDF)