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David Laniado
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E-Mail: david.laniado@gmail.com
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PhD thesis: Social production of knowledge by online communities (ended in March 2012).


Now Research Scientist at Eurecat, in the Digital Humanities department.


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Publications

Journal articles

Marc Miquel-Ribé, David Laniado (2018).
Wikipedia Culture Gap: Quantifying Content Imbalances Across 40 Language Editions.
Frontiers in Physics, 6(1), 54.

David Laniado, Yana Volkovich, Salvatore Scellato, Cecilia Mascolo, Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2017).
The Impact of Geographic Distance on Online Social Interactions.
Information Systems Frontiers, 10.1007/s10796-017-9784-9.

Pablo Aragón, Helena Gallego, David Laniado, Yana Volkovic, Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2017).
Online network organization of Barcelona en Comú, an emergent movement-party.
Computational social networks, 4 (1), 8.

Christian Pentzold, Esther Weltevrede, Michele Mauri, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Erik Borra (2017).
Digging Wikipedia: The Online Encyclopedia as a Digital Cultural Heritage Gateway and Site.
Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH), 10 (1), 5.

David Laniado, Yana Volkovich, Karolin Kappler, Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2016).
Gender homophily in online dyadic and triadic relationships.
EPJ Data Science, 5 (1), 1.

Nils Markusson, Tommaso Venturini, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2016).
Contrasting medium and genre on Wikipedia to open up the dominating definition and classification of geoengineering.
Big Data & Society 3 (2).

Young-Ho Eom, Pablo Aragón, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Sebastiano Vigna, Dima L Shepelyansky (2015).
Interactions of cultures and top people of Wikipedia from ranking of 24 language editions.
PLoS ONE 10(3): e0114825.

Daniela Iosub, David Laniado, Carlos Castillo, Mayo Fuster Morell, Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2014).
Emotions under Discussion: Gender, Status and Communication in Online Collaboration.
PLoS ONE, 9(8): e104880.

Jessica J. Neff, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Karolin Kappler, Yana Volkovich, Pablo Aragón (2013).
Jointly they edit: Examining the impact of community identification on political interaction in Wikipedia.
PLoS ONE 8(4), e60584.

Pablo Aragon, Karolin Kappler, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, David Laniado and Yana Volkovich (2013).
Communication Dynamics in Twitter During Political Campaigns: The Case of the 2011 Spanish National Election.
Policy & Internet, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp 49-69.


Articles in conference proceedings

Mirko Marras, Matteo Manca, Ludovico Boratto, Gianni Fenu, David Laniado (2018).
BarcelonaNow: Empowering Citizens with Interactive Dashboards for Urban Data Exploration.
In Proceedings of the Web Conference (WWW’18), Lyon, France, April 2018.

Helena Gallego, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Vicenç Gómez, Pablo Aragón (2016).
Lost in Re-Election: A Tale of Two Spanish Online Campaigns.
SocInfo '17 - The 9th International Conference on Social Informatics, Oxford, UK, September 2014

Marc Miquel-Ribé, David Laniado (2016).
Cultural Identities in Wikipedias.
SMSociety '16 - 7th International Conference on Social Media & Society, London, UK, July 2016.

Pablo Aragón, Yana Volkovich, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2016).
When a Movement Becomes a Party: Computational Assessment of New Forms of Political Organization in Social Media.
ICWSM '16 - Tenth International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, Cologne, Germany, May 2016.

Erik Borra, David Laniado, Esther Weltevrede, Michele Mauri, Giovanni Magni,Tommaso Venturini, Paolo Ciuccarelli, Richard Rogers, Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2015).
A Platform for Visually Exploring the Development of Wikipedia Articles.
ICWSM '15 - 9th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, Oxford, UK, May 2015.

Fabian Flöck, David Laniado, Felix Stadthaus, Maribel Acosta (2015).
Towards Better Visual Tools for Exploring Wikipedia Article Development - The Use Case of Gamergate Controversy'.
Wikipedia, a Social Pedia: Research Challenges and Opportunitie. Oxford, UK, May 2015.

Erik Borra, Esther Weltevrede, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Michele Mauri, David Laniado, Richard Rogers, Paolo Ciuccarelli, Giovanni Magni, Tommaso Venturini (2015).
Societal Controversies in Wikipedia Articles.
CHI '15 - Human Factors in Computing Systems, Seoul, Corea, April 2015.

Yana Volkovich, David Laniado, Karolin Kappler and Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2014).
Gender patterns in a large online social network.
SocInfo '14 - The 6th International Conference on Social Informatics, Barcelona, Spain, November 2014

Ruth Garcia Gavilanes, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Diego Sáez, Pablo Aragón Aragón, David Laniado and Ricardo Baeza-Yates (2014).
Who are my Audiences? A Study of the Evolution of Target Audiences in Microblogs.
SocInfo '14 - The 6th International Conference on Social Informatics, Barcelona, Spain, November 2014

Janette Lehmann, Claudia Müller-Birn, David Laniado, Mounia Lalmas and Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2014).
Reader Preferences and Behavior on Wikipedia, HT '14 - 25th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media, Santiago, Chile, September 2014.

Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Pablo Aragón, David Laniado and Yana Volkovich (2013).
Not all paths lead to Rome: Analysing the network of sister cities.
IWSOS 2013 - 7th International Workshop on Self-Organizing Systems, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, May 2013.

Marijn ten Thij, Yana Volkovich, David Laniado and Andreas Kaltenbrunner.
Modeling and predicting page-view dynamics on Wikipedia.
arXiv:1212.5943, ECCS '13 - European Conference on Complex Systems, Barcelona, Spain, December 2012.

David Laniado, Carlos Castillo, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Mayo Fuster-Morell (2012).
Emotions and dialogue in a peer-production community.
WikiSym '12 - 8th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration, Linz, Austria, August 2012.

Andreas Kaltenbrunner and David Laniado (2012).
There is No Deadline - Time Evolution of Wikipedia Discussions.
WikiSym '12 - 8th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration, Linz, Austria, August 2012.

Pablo Aragon, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, David Laniado and Yana Volkovich (2012).
Biographical Social Networks on Wikipedia - A cross-cultural study of links that made history.
WikiSym '12 - 8th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration, Linz, Austria, August 2012.

Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Salvatore Scellato, Yana Volkovich, David Laniado, Dave Currie, Erik J. Jutemar, Cecilia Mascolo (2012).
Far from the eyes, close on the Web: impact of geographic distance on online social interactions.
WOSN '12 - ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Online Social Networks, Helsinki, Finland. August 2012.

Yana Volkovich, Salvatore Scellato, David Laniado, Cecilia Mascolo and Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2012).
The length of bridge ties: structural and geographic properties of online social interactions.
ICWSM '12 - 6th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Dublin, Ireland, June 2012.

Pablo Aragón, Jessica Gould, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Karolin Kappler, David Laniado, Ricardo Ruiz de Querol, Carlos Ullod and Yana Volkovich (2012).
Bridging the Gap: A Reflection on an Interdisciplinary Approach to Social Media Research.
Web Science track, 21th International Conference on World Wide Web (WWW '12), Lyon, France, April 2012.

David Laniado, Riccardo Tasso, Yana Volkovich and Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2011).
When the Wikipedians Talk: Network and Tree Structure of Wikipedia Discussion Pages.
ICWSM '11 - 5th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Barcelona, Spain, July 2011.

David Laniado and Riccardo Tasso (2011).
Co-authorship 2.0: Patterns of collaboration in Wikipedia.
HT '11 - 22nd ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, June 2011.

Jacopo Farina, Riccardo Tasso and David Laniado (2011).
Automatically assigning Wikipedia articles to macro-categories.
HT '11 - 22nd ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, June 2011.

David Laniado and Peter Mika (2010).
Making sense of Twitter.
ISWC '10 - The 9th International Semantic Web Conference, Shanghai, China, November 2010.

Alexandre Monnin, Freddy Limpens, Fabien Gandon and David Laniado (2010).
Speech acts meet tagging : NiceTag ontology.
I-SEMANTICS '10: 6th International Conference on Semantic Systems, Graz, Austria, September 2010.

Alexandre Monnin, Freddy Limpens, Fabien Gandon and David Laniado (2010).
L'ontologie NiceTag: les tags en tant que graphes nommés.
Atelier Web Social, 10ième Conférence Internationale Francophone sur l'Extraction et la Gestion des Connaissances (EGC '10), Hammamet, Tunisia, 2010.

Freddy Limpens, Alexandre Monnin, David Laniado and Fabien Gandon (2009).
Nicetag ontology: tags as named graphs.
ISNI '10: 1st International Workshop on Social Networks Interoperability, Shanghai, China, December 2009.

David Laniado and Davide Eynard and Marco Colombetti (2007).
Using WordNet to turn a folksonomy into a hierarchy of concepts.
SWAP '07: Semantic Web Application and Perspectives - Fourth Italian Semantic Web Workshop, Bari, Italy, December 2007.

David Laniado and Davide Eynard and Marco Colombetti (2007).
A semantic tool to support navigation in a folksonomy.
HT '07: 18th conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia, Manchester, UK, September 2007.



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