Visualizing User-Defined, Discriminative Geo-Temporal Twitter Activity.
ICWSM 2014 (demo), Ingmar Weber, Venkata Rama Kiran Garimella
Why QCRI? A question I asked myself when first invited to visit. My career path has been one of trying out new things, taking a direction very different from the one before, experiencing the new – cultures, challenges, opportunities. I was looking for the ‘next big thing’ to try. Once I visited here, the question became ‘Why not QCRI?’ And, when I was offered the opportunity to head Social Computing, my reaction was ‘Wow, QCRI!’
For many people, it is difficult to imagine conducting the daily business of life without the assistance of the Web and Internet. My research interest is in making this interaction among people, technology, and information even better through applied research. QCRI is the place to do this type of research!
In the Media
QCRI research studies the pre-Islamic State tweets of people who end up backing the organization paints a revealing picture of how support emerges.
Doha - Qatar, 15 March 2015: Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP), part of Qatar Foundation Research and Development (QF R&D), recently hosted a special edition of its acclaimed TECHtalk series. ...
Metabolomics is an emerging field which combines strategies to identify and quantify cellular metabolites using sophisticated analytical technologies with the application of statistical and ...
Co-located with the WWW'15 conference (May 2015, Florence, Italy). Proceedings published by ACM. QCRI's Dr Carlos Castillo is co-organizer.
Doha, Qatar, 25 February 2015 — Dr Ahmed Elmagarmid, Executive Director of Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, ...
Second annual symposium to highlight new approaches to valuable data extraction, provide students with insight into machine learning
Fun Filled Activities Designed To Raise Awareness Of Local Culture And The Foundation’s Many Initiatives