On Chance

How randomness changes your life? From the uncertainty about the weather to the choices we make at the supermarket, chance is constantly affecting our lives. But if we could have more data and develop more precise models and algorithms, could…

Mapping Campus Antiracism Protest

I developed a prototype for interactive interface visualization on┬áCampus Antiracism Protest. The data was collected by Alex Hanna and Ellen Berrey (University of Toronto) using a machine learning algorithm developed for this task. The source of data is a collection…

Research Map of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

The Office of the Vice President (Research) and the Kule Institute for Advanced Study are collaborating to develop a picture of the richness and variety of social sciences, humanities and fine arts (SSHA) research at the University of Alberta. To…

Human Spatial Movement

As an inherent human condition, mobility brings together communicative, technological, geographical, economic, cultural, and social forces that transform the surrounding space. In fact, space only becomes social meaningful through human agency and activities, such as walking and the desire to…

Have you ever been DH-experienced

It is a fundamental precept of Digital Humanities (DH) that the work be multilingual and multi-disciplinary. In support of this, we have developed a serious game, in the form of a customizable, updatable digital board game, intended to promote awareness…