Mike Teodorescu received two awards at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM 2022):
- Academy of Management Technology Innovation Management Best Paper Award for "Patents and the Independent Inventor Lifecycle" (https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/AMBPP.2022.199 [journals.aom.org]) (best paper out of 600+ papers).
- Academy of Management Technology Innovation Management Best Paper Runner-Up for "Closing the Gender Gap in Patenting: Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial at the USPTO" (https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/AMBPP.2022.197 [journals.aom.org]) (out of 600+ papers).
Xuhai “Orson” Xu received the Gaetano Borriello Outstanding Student Award at UbiComp 2022. The award is usually given to one student per year at UbiComp, but this year there are two students: Vedant Das Swain from GaTech and Orson. Congratulations, Orson!
Melanie Walsh published an essay this week in Public Books, which is about exclusive, proprietary book sales data and how open data like circulation records from the Seattle Public Library might help provide an alternative: https://www.publicbooks.org/where-is-all-the-book-data/ [publicbooks.org].
Carole Palmer gave the closing keynote at the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative Conference: “Data Stewardship Principles and Potentials: Knowledge Organization for Contextual Integrity and Convergence [dublincore.org].”
Joseph T. Tennis gave two invited talks at the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative Conference (October 3, 2022) and the Networked Knowledge Organization Conference [nkos.dublincore.org] (October 6, 2022):
- "Comparative Classification [dublincore.org]." Dublin Core Metadata Initiative International Conference. (Seattle, WA), October 2022.
- "Classification Across Time, Context, and Purpose [nkos.dublincore.org]." Networked Knowledge Organization Systems Workshop. (Seattle, WA), October 2022.
Alexis Hiniker’s research was used to inform the Federal Trade Commission’s new report on dark patterns: https://www.ftc.gov/reports/bringing-dark-patterns-light [ftc.gov].