Research

My research interests are in Authorship Attribution, Human Computer-Interaction, Privacy, Security, and Social Computing. Please review my publications below and also review more about my research lab here: Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence and Equity Research

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Refereed Proceedings Publications

  • Siobahn Day, Henry Williams, Joseph Shelton, and Gerry Dozier, “Towards the Development of a Cyber Analysis and Advisement Tool (CAAT) for Mitigating De-Anonymization Attacks,” Modern Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference col. 1584, no. 10, pp 41-45, 2016.[.pdf]
  • Siobahn Day, James Brown, Zachery Thomas, India Gregory, Lowell Bass, and Gerry Dozier, “Adversarial Authorship, AuthorWebs, and Entropy-Based Evolutionary Clustering,” 2016 25th International Conference on Computer Communication and Networks (ICCCN), Waikoloa, HI, 2016, pp. 1-6.[.pdf]
  • Marguerite McDaniel, Emma Sloan, Siobahn Day, James Mayes, William Nick, Kaushik Roy, and Albert Esterline, “Situation-based ontologies for a computational framework for identity focusing on crime scenes,” 2017 IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation Management (CogSIMA), Savannah, GA, USA, 2017, pp. 1-7.[.pdf]
  • William Nick, Madison McCotter, Siobahn Day, Marguerite McDaniel, Hannah Foster, Emma Sloan, James Mayes, and Albert Esterline, “A Computational Framework for Identity and Its Web-based Realization,” Modern Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference col. 1964, no. FR2, pp 33-40, 2017.[.pdf]
  • Siobahn Day, A Natural Language Processing and Machine-Learning Based Approach to Authorship Attribution of Tweets, 2018. (Order No. 10841641). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (2100700558).[.pdf]
  • Siobahn Day, Mohd Anwar. “Authorship Attribution on Twitter space: A case study of professional groups” (in review).
  • Juried Workshops and Exhibitions

  • Pamela Gibbs, Gloria Opoku-Boateng, and Siobahn Day, “Seven Deadly Sins: A Case Study on Facebook” to appear in CHI4EVIL: Creative Speculation on the Negative Impacts of HCI Research. In Proceedings of ACM SIG CHI, Glasgow, Scotland. May 2019 (CHI’19), 4 pages.[.pdf]
  • Magazines & Media

  • Siobahn Day Grady, Pamela Wisniewski, Ron Metoyer, Pamela Gibbs, Karla Badillo-Urquiola, Salma Elsayed-Ali, Eiad Yafi, “Addressing Institutional Racism within Initiatives for SIGCHI’s Diversity and Inclusion” in ACM Interactions Magazine June 2020