Hi all! I'm a faculty member in the School of Planning and Public Affairs at the University of Iowa. I do research on bicycle/pedestrian safety and travel behaviour. Previously worked as an engineer in various aspects of aviation.

When I'm not working I like riding bikes, flying gliders and doing a bit of sim racing. (transportation bleeds into my hobbies too I guess)

I've mainly avoided social media in the past, but going to give it a shot here.

Hello friends! I'm an early career linguist and educator teaching academic literacy and researching bilingual phonetics and syntax. I'm currently teaching multimodal communication in the University of Hong Kong, and am looking to apply for doctorate programmes in (applied) linguistics.

I'm going to share my thoughts here, deep or silly, about languages, my teaching, and the world from my perspective💕 And probably my photography and other things I enjoy in life.

See y'all around!

Hi everyone!
My name is Håkon and I'm a PhD student in computer science. I'm using machine learning to study ecological behavior patterns in farmed salmon and general time series analysis.

I am the main author of two papers:

- sciencedirect.com/science/arti

- ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/d

And a co-author of one paper:

- arxiv.org/abs/2010.10475

I'm a heavy emacs user and rely on org-mode, org-roam and org-ref for my day to day work.

Looking forward to get to know you all!

Hi, everyone! I'm pursuing my bachelor's in physics and trying to figure out what direction to go as I take that to Ph.D. and into research. I'm a little conflicted on that since part of me wants to understand the nature of the universe and reality, maybe leading to things like particle physics and quantum mechanics, but another part of me wants to help make sure humanity doesn't kill itself with things like clean energy like fusion or space travel and habitation.

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Hello to all the new friends who joined recently

Please be sure to read our Community Standards; it's short:

scholar.social/about/more

The rules here are different from Twitter and even different from other instances

Write a post tagged and I'll automatically boost it and then we'll get to know you!

And if you're a white supremacist, or an anti-vaxxer or an anti-masker or you're here to spread anti-queer hate of any kind, log off, close your account and go think about your life!

@petrichor Just be sure to use the report button if you see white supremacists

I'm an actual human who will respond if you do

Reports don't go down into some hole of corporate forgetfulness

Pre-emptive indication of some people in particular who will have a bad time on scholar.social 

By "have a bad time" I mean:

I will chuckle to myself softly

As I delete your sign-up request

Or possibly suspend your instance

Or your account, if you didn't out yourself as being delete-able on sign-up and waited until after the fact to show your true colours

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It is the official policy of this instance that:

* Fuck off, white supremacists; also
* We do not provide a platform for anti-vaxxers and anti-maskers either

Thank you for your attention

Hello everyone, I'm Anastasija.

I study the relationship between migration and art in the medieval period. Currently I'm working on the period of Vikings era, between 8th and 11th century.

Hi, everyone!
I'm Lau, currently writing my master thesis in physics and dispite that interested in a whole bunch of things like IT, politics etc.

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Hi everyone! :ThisIsFine:

I am a fourth-year PhD student in systems engineering. I love this engineering discipline and I want to apply it to systems that sustain life (livingry!).

My research is about developing the open tools and model-based architecture for a computing system that is trustworthy and serves the user.

Would love to meet others who recognize the social dangers of modern computing and want to discuss alternatives from first principles.

Peace! ✌️

Instance moderation 

I understand that the biggest of the security issues with gup.pe have been resolved, and I have un-suspended the instance

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@Cyborgneticz weirder.earth/@stitchandsew/10

It appears to be an attempt to make groups but it doesn't respect deletion requests and can be foisted on others against their will

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gup.pe has been suspended by scholar.social

I haven't done an introduction since I came here I think? I do jokey ones off public but


I'm a queer, disabled, white trash, catholic, cyclist, cajun academic.

I adore teaching. I'm doing a PhD in Political Science. I research neoliberalism and how it manifests itself as a political language in American politics. I also research care ethics as an alternative to neoliberalism.
I've done work on a lot of different subject and love to share my work and read others' work!


Marcia, fine artist, film-maker, PhD candidate in Barça. Afro-Indigenous femme. I do artistic research, Afro-Caribbean phenomenology & a focus on phenomenology in an Hispano-Carib context. Creator of hashtags & tools on here like , .

Been here for 3 yrs & was a mod on the only Blk instance that was harassed off here.

I don't take bs anymore. But I'm also lovely :)

I have my own subscription service & host reading groups. Come thru

Hi, everyone! I'm an undergrad studying.. um. Something. Maybe English, comparative literature, biology, or... some combination? I love to write/bake/read/play guitar. I use any pronouns!

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