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Hi, my name is Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia. I am an assistant professor at University of South Florida. Previously, I was a research scientist at the Indiana University Network Science Institute. My research interests are about Computational Social Science, Network Science, social computing, wikis, and Wikipedia in particular. I hold a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Lugano, Switzerland. My nationality is Italian and originally I am from Rome, the eternal city.

For more info and a list of academic publications, please visit my personal homepage.

Wikimedia Contracting[edit]

From March to September 2012 I was a research analyst contractor at the Technology department of the Wikimedia Foundation, working on Editor Engagement issues. In particular, I analyzed data from MoodBar, an extension that lets new, registered user report quick feedback about their editing experience. See here for the main research page on the project.

Wikimedia Summer of Research 2011[edit]

I took part in the first edition of the Wikimedia Summer of Research. These are the research sprint I have worked on during the WSoR 2011


Wikidoop Barnstar

I award you the Wikidoop Barnstar for your tireless work on getting Hadoop and the Wikimedia XML files to live peacefully together. Drdee (talk) 13:47, 21 July 2011 (UTC)