Gladwin Development Chair Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Computer Science
Office: Stuart Building 226D
Mail: 10 W. 31st Street Room 226D, Chicago, IL 60616E-mail: kshu at iit.edu
[4/2021] Invited to serve as a PC member for EMNLP 2021.
[4/2021] One paper is accepted in SIGIR 2021.
[3/2021] Happy to participate in a panel on social ethics with Women and Gender Minorities in S.T.E.M. (WiSTEM) at IIT.
[3/2021] Invited to participate in the panel on AI bias and fairness.
[3/2021] Research is featured in collegegazette: The 10 Best Technology Colleges in the US.
[2/2021] Invited to serve as the PC Chair for ASONAM 2021.
[1/2021] One paper is accepted in TheWebConf 2021.
[1/2021] Received the IDDP Research Fellowship Award from GWU to support research on disinformation.
[1/2021] Invited to serve on the editorial board of SNAM journal.
[12/2020] Invited to (remotely) talk at China University of Petroleum - Huadong.
[12/2020] Invited to serve as a PC member for KDD 2021, ACL 2021.
[12/2020] One paper is accepted in AAAI 2021.
[11/2020] Invited to review research proposal for Swiss National Science Foundation.
[11/2020] Invited to (remotely) talk at Hohai University, China.
[11/2020] Received the Dean's Dissertation Award, ASU Fulton Schools of Engineering [Certificate].
[11/2020] Invited to co-chair ICWSM 2021 Data Challenge.
[9/2020] One paper is accepted in EMNLP 2020.
[8/2020] Invited to serve as a PC member for AAAI 2021.
[8/2020] Invited to talk (remotely) at Pinterest ML Lunch talk.
[7/2020] Invited to serve as a PC member for TheWebConf 2021.
[7/2020] Two papers are accepted in CIKM 2020.
[7/2020] An algorithm to detect fake news-ASU Knowledge Enterprise.
[7/2020] Invited to serve as a PC member for SDM 2021.
Kai Shu is a Gladwin Development Chair Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Illinois Institute of Technology since Fall 2020. His research lies in machine learning, data mining, social computing with applications such as disinformation, education, and healthcare. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science at Arizona State University in July 2020, under the supervision of Professor Huan Liu. He was the recipients of 2020 Dean's Dissertation Award, 2020/2015 ASU CIDSE Doctoral Fellowship, 2018 SBP Disinformation Challenge Winner. He interned at Microsoft Research AI, Yahoo Research and HP Labs.
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