Assistant Professor, School of Information
Niloufar Salehi is an Assistant Professor at the School of Information at UC, Berkeley. Her research interests are in social computing, technologically mediated collective action, digital labor, and more broadly, human-computer-interaction (HCI). Her work has been published and received awards in premier venues in HCI including CHI and CSCW.
Through building computational social systems in collaboration with existing communities, controlled experiments, and ethnographic fieldwork, her research contributes to the design of alternative social configurations online.