PhD Student, CASCI Webmaster
Myeong Lee is a Ph.D. student, in his candidacy, at the University of Maryland’s iSchool at College Park. His research interests are in understanding how community-level forces shape individual and organizational behavior; how the information landscape of a local community is created by community factors and features; and how community problems can be solved through implementing socio-technical strategies.
Community Informatics; HCI for Community; Urban Computing; Geospatial Analytics and Visualization; Organizational Theory; Information Accessibility
Lee, M., McKenzie, G., & Aghi, R. (2017). Exploratory Cluster Analysis of Urban Mobility Patterns to Identify Neighborhood Boundaries. Symposium on Location-Based Social Media Data and Tracking Data (LSMTD), July 1-2, Washington D.C., U.S.
Lee, M., Dottle, R., Espino, C., Subkhan, I., Rokem, A., & Mashhadi, A. (2017). A Tool for Estimating and Visualizing Poverty Maps. NetMob ’17. April 5-7, Milan, Italy.
Wang, P., Lee, M., Meng, X., & Butler, B. (2016). Toward an Ecology Theory of Creativity in IT Products: A Study of Mobile Device Industry. In 37th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS). http://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2016/GeneralIS/Presentations/5/. December 11-14, Dublin, Ireland [Best Paper Award]
Lee, M., Farzan, R., & Butler, B. (2016). This is Not Just a Café: Toward Capturing the Dynamics of Urban Places. In the CityLab Workshop in 10th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM). 20-25. http://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/ICWSM/ICWSM16/paper/view/13230. May 17-20, Cologne, Germany.