I'm a computer science professor at Boise State, working on recommender systems and fairness in information systems. I usually databases, data science, or recsys.

My main topic right now is figuring out how fairness concepts apply to recommender systems (; I am also working on information systems to support teachers ( and open, reproducible research in recommender systems (

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I should perhaps also say that I am very much into bicycles and have two pet rabbits. They may come up from time to time.

@mdekstrand interesting! have you seen Stoica et. al.'s "Algorithmic glass ceiling in social networks: the effects of social recommendations on network diversity"? I've got a summary and links in

@jon I had seen it (it's in my paperpile), but I don't know if I've gotten to reading it yet. Thanks!

@mdekstrand Hey fellow Boise resident! Your research sounds mighty interesting. Glad you’re on here.

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