Daniel M. RomeroAssistant Professor
School of Information
Complex Systems (by courtesy)
Computer Science and Engineering (by courtesy)
University of Michigan
Contact: 3340 North Quad 105 S. State St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 email@example.com Twitter: @DanielMRomero
Publications, Advising, Papers in Preparation,
Professional Service, Teaching, CV
I am an Assistant Professor of Information, Complex Systems, and Computer Science at the University of Michigan. I received my Ph.D at Cornell University Center for Applied Mathematics (CAM), where I was advised by Jon Kleinberg. Before coming to UM, I was a postdoc at Northwestern University Institute on Complex Systems (NICO) working with Brian Uzzi. My main research interest is the empirical and theoretical analysis of Social and Information Networks. I am particularly interested in understanding the mechanisms involved in network evolution, information diffusion, and interactions among people on the Web and in complex organizations.
PublicationsMore information in my Google Scholar Citations profile.
D.M. Romero, K. Reinecke, and L. Robert. "The Influence of Early Respondents: Information Cascade Effects in Online Event Scheduling." Proc. 10th ACM Conference on Web Search and Data Mining (WSDM), 2017.
L. Robert and D.M. Romero. "The Influence of Diversity and Experience on the Effects of Crowd Size." Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 2016.
D.M. Romero, R. Swaab, B. Uzzi, and A. Galinsky. "Mimicry Is Presidential: Linguistic Style Matching in Presidential Debates and Improved Polling Numbers." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 41(10) 1311-1319, 2015. [Video] Press coverage: Fortune, Pacific Standard, The Boston Globe, New York Magazine
D.M. Romero, D. Huttenlocher, and J. Kleinberg. "Coordination and Efficiency in Decentralized Collaboration." Proc. 9th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM), 2015. [Slides]
N. Mishra, D.M. Romero, and P. Tsaparas. "Estimating the Relative Utility of Networks for Predicting User Activities." Proc. 22th ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM), 2013. [Slides]
D.M. Romero, C. Tan, and J. Ugander. "On the Interplay between Social and Topical Structure." Proc. 7th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM), 2013. [Slides]
D.M. Romero, B. Meeder, and J. Kleinberg. "Differences in the Mechanics of Information Diffusion Across Topics: Idioms, Political Hashtags, and Complex Contagion on Twitter." Proc. 20th ACM International World Wide Web Conference (WWW), 2011. [Slides] [List of hashtags with categories] Press coverage: New York Times, CBS News
D.M. Romero, W. Galuba, S. Asur, and B.A. Huberman "Influence and Passivity in Social Media." Proc. European Conference on Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML PKDD), 2011 [Slides] Press coverage: New Scientist, The Economist, BBC, MIT Tech Review, CNet, Mashable
J. Cheng, D.M. Romero, B. Meeder, J. Kleinberg. "Predicting Reciprocity in Social Networks. " Proc. 3rd IEEE Conference on Social Computing (SocialCom), 2011.
D.M. Romero, B. Meeder, V. Barash, and J. Kleinberg "Maintaining Ties on Social Media Sites: The Competing Effects of Balance, Exchange, and Betweenness." Proc. 5th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM), 2011.
M.J. Brzozowski and D.M. Romero "Who Should I Follow? Recommending People in Directed Social Networks." Proc. 5th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM), 2011.
D.M. Romero and J. Kleinberg, "The Directed Closure Process in Hybrid Social-Information Networks, with an Analysis of Link Formation on Twitter." Proc. 4th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM), 2010. [Slides]
S. Yardi, D.M. Romero, G. Schoenebeck, and d. boyd, "Detecting spam in a Twitter network." First Monday, Volume 15, Number 1, 2010.
D.M. Romero, C. Kribs-Zaleta, A. Mubayi, and C. Orbe "An Epidemiological Approach to the Spread of Political Third Parties." Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - B, 15, 707-738, 2011.
B.A. Huberman, D.M. Romero, and F. Wu, "Social Networks that Matter: Twitter Under the Microscope." First Monday, Volume 14, Number 1, 2009. Press coverage: Wall Street Journal
Students and Postdocs
Papers in Preparation
The Wisdom of Small Crowds (with E.A. Horvat and B. Uzzi)
Analyzing the Frontier of Science (with S. Mukherjee, B. Uzzi, and B. Jones) (Submitted)
Attack-Tolerance in Structured Networks via Multipath Routing (with E. Platt) (Submitted)
The Great Firewall of Chinese Wikipedia: The Effect of Censorship Shocks on Collaborative Crowds (with F. Zhang, D. Livneh, C. Budak, and L. Robert) (Submitted)
B.A. Huberman, S. Asur, D.M. Romero, and W. Galuba, " Determining characteristics of participants in a social network. " US Patent 20,130,311,563
Editorial Board MemberApplied Network Science
Program Committee MemberWWW 2017 2016 2015 2013 2012 2011
ReviewerPNAS, Network Science, Scientific Reports, Science Advances, ACM Transactions on Information Systems, Physics Letters A, CHI 2014 2015, CSCW 2016, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Physica A, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering, EPJ Data Science, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, New Media & Society, Pervasive 2012, LANA Nonlinear Analysis: Modeling and Control, Information, ACM TIST Special Issue on Twitter
Winter 2017: SI 710 - Doctoral Seminar on Information Diffusion in Social Networks
Fall 2015, Fall 2016: SI 301 - Models of Social Information Processing
Spring 2012: Business Statistics
Fall 2011: Applied Calculus I
Spring 2011: Calculus II
Fall 2010: High School Algebra I
Spring 2010: High School Algebra II
Fall 2009: High School Algebra I