Dr Mimie Liotsiou is a postdoctoral researcher on the Computational Propaganda project. Her research focus is on developing computational models and methods for understanding and analysing patterns of behaviour in online interactions, informed by the social sciences. Her research interests relate to the areas of online social influence, causal inference, social network analysis, computational social science, and data science.
Mimie is a member of the ACM, and of the London Computational Social Science Initiative.
- Social influence
- Causal inference
- Artificial Intelligence
- Big Data
- Social Media
Dr Liotsiou has given phone interviews to written media (Washington Post twice, Yahoo Finance, TechCrunch) and video interviews for online media (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists).
Her research at Oxford has been covered by top-tier national media outlets and technology media outlets, such as the Washington Post and the New York Times (on the front page above the fold), the Guardian, the BBC, the Independent, PBS, and CNBC.