May 31, 2015
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Oliver defended His PhD Thesis

CRADL Lab member Oliver Yi Wang has successfully defended his dissertation: Cheap Talk, Trust, and Cooperation in Networked Global Software Engineering: Game Theory Model and Empirical Evidence. Congratulations Oliver!        

February 19, 2015
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CRADL research is featured in ISR Connector

  The newly released issue of ISR Connectors (Fall/Winter 2014) highlights the research happens in CRADL lab. This research combines game theory modeling and empirical study to investigated the influences of “cheap talk” (informal, non-work-related conversations, e.g., talking about funny pics.) on … Continue reading

February 18, 2015
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Benjamin Koehne defended PhD Thesis

CRADL Lab member Benjamin Koehne has successfully defended his dissertation: Collaboration strategies employed in a virtual world while performing distributed usability inspections. Congratulations Ben! Ben is working in Google New York as an User Experiences Researcher. Abstract. Geographically distributed collaboration has become the … Continue reading

February 18, 2015
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CRADL hosted SCALE meeting in Irvine

CRADL lab hosted the SCALE Bi-annual Meeting in Irvine. Faculties and graduate students from the three participating universities (CMU, UCI, and UNL) enjoyed the sunshine of Southern California. Prof. Brian Skyrms (UCI) and Prof. Jim Herbsleb (CMU) delivered two keynote speeches, we also … Continue reading

January 29, 2014
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Benjamin Koehne defends PhD Topic: Documenting Collaboration Strategies Employed in Team Learning in the Context of Virtual Worlds

CRADL Lab member Benjamin Koehne has successfully defended the topic of his PhD dissertation in the Informatics program. Documenting Collaboration Strategies Employed in Team Learning in the Context of Virtual Worlds Abstract We propose to carefully document collaboration strategies employed … Continue reading

January 29, 2014
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Oliver Yi Wang Advances to PhD Candidacy: The Nature of Research into Collaboration in Globally Distributed Teams: An Interdisciplinary Review

CRADL Lab member Oliver Yi Wang has successfully advanced to PhD Candidacy in the Informatics program. Congratulations, Oliver! The Nature of Research into Collaboration in Globally Distributed Teams: An Interdisciplinary Review Abstract: This survey aims to characterize the interdisciplinary study … Continue reading