Publications

Identifying the Social Signals that Drive Online Discussions: A Case Study of Reddit Communities ICCCN 2017
Authors: Benjamin D. Horne, Sibel Adali, and Sujoy Sikdar

The Impact of Crowds on News Engagement: A Reddit Case Study NECO 2017 at ICWSM
Authors: Benjamin D. Horne and Sibel Adali
(Dataset, Slides)

This Just In: Fake News Packs a Lot in Title, Uses Similar, Repetitive Content in Text Body, More Similar to Satire than Real News NECO 2017 at ICWSM *RPI Outstanding Poster Award*
Authors: Benjamin D. Horne and Sibel Adali
(Dataset, Medium Post, Poster, Slides)

From Sports to Science: Using Basketball Analytics to Broaden the Appeal of Math and Science Among Youth MIT SSAC 2017 *Best Paper Award*
Authors: John F. Drazan, Amy K. Loya, Benjamin D. Horne, and Ron Eglash
(Poster) (Media: RPI News, Fansided 1, Fansided 2, SBNation, Harvard Sports Analytics Blog, Vice Sports, NBA Enrichment Program, Denver Stiffs , Denver Stiffs Podcast)

Impact of message sorting on access to novel information in networks ASONAM 2016
Authors: Benjamin D. Horne, Sibel Adali, and Kevin Chan
(Slides)

Expertise in Social Networks: How do Experts Differ from Other Users? ICWSM 2016
Authors: Benjamin D. Horne, Dorit Nevo, Jesse Freitas, Heng Ji, and Sibel Adali
(Dataset, Errata)

Destroying by Creating: Exploring the Creative Destruction of 3D Printing Through Intellectual Property TRUST 2013 ERN 2014
Authors: Stephanie M. Santoso, Benjamin D. Horne, and Stephen B. Wicker

Formal Specification For Real-Time Object Oriented Systems With UML Design IJDIWC 2012
Authors: Benjamin D. Horne, Vinitha Hannah Subburaj, and Joseph E. Urban

Extensions to the Descartes Specification Language for the Development of Real-time Object Oriented Systems ICCNDT 2012
Authors: Benjamin D. Horne, Vinitha Hannah Subburaj, and Joseph E. Urban

Teaching

Designed and taught year long module entitled "Media Bias and The Misuse of Statistics" for AP Statistics class at Albany High School, Fall 2015, Spring 2016

Helped teach Introduction to Algorithms at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Spring 2015