Arkaitz Zubiaga

I'm a lecturer (assistant professor) at Queen Mary University of London. My research revolves around Human Factors in Natural Language Processing, interdisciplinary research bridging NLP and Social Computing. I'm particularly interested in linking online data with events in the real world, among others for tackling problematic issues on the Web and social media that can have a damaging effect on individuals or society at large, such as hate speech, misinformation, inequality and other forms of online harm.

If you're interested in doing a PhD or in discussing possible collaborations, you can read more about my research interests here.

Research: I've published over 90 peer-reviewed publications, including 25+ journal publications. My research has been cited over 2,300 times (H-index = 28). I'm a member of the editorial boards of the Information Processing & Management, Online Social Networks and Media, PeerJ Computer Science and Information journals, and a regular reviewer for top conferences including WWW, CHI, CSCW, ACL, EMNLP, IJCAI and AAAI.


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