PhD Student, Networks and Operating Systems Group
Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge
I am a second-year PhD Candidate under the supervision of
Prof. Cecilia Mascolo.
Prior to this, I worked as a Research Assistant at UCL under Dr. Licia Capra
after I graduated from the MSc Computer Science program there. My main research interest is in multilayer geo-social networks (social networks embedded in physical space where more than one type of link exists between nodes), with applications to urban and social systems. I also have a long-standing fascination with the dynamics of crowdsourced online communities such as Wikipedia and OpenSteetMap.
You can find my full resume here.
Keep Your Friends Close and Your Facebook Friends Closer: A Multiplex Network Approach to the Analysis of Offline and Online Social Ties. [pdf]
Hristova, D., Musolesi, M., Mascolo, C.
The International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM) 2014.
The Life of the Party: Impact of Social Mapping in OpenStreetMap, 2013. [pdf] [vid]
Hristova, D., Quattrone, G., Mashhadi, A., Capra, L.
The International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM) 2013.
Mapping Community Engagement with Urban Crowd-Sourcing, 2012. [pdf]
Hristova, D., Mashhadi, A., Quattrone, G., Capra, L.
Where the City Meets the Citizen Workshop at ICWSM 2012.
Properties of Trust in Community Mapping Mobile Applications. [pdf]
Hristova, D., Beeharee, A., Capra, L.
Master's Thesis, 2011.