I'm a 3rd year PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University, advised by Niki Kittur. I study systems that accelerate collaboration on knowledge-related tasks. More specifically, I'm interested in designing social computing systems that perform sensemaking at scale, using techniques such as crowd computing. More recently I'm also interested in health-related knowledge.

I've previously interned with The Wikimedia Foundation (with a focus on Wikipedia) and Amazon Mechanical Turk.

I graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign with a B.S. in Computer Science and previously interned at Techstars Chicago and several small web development firms.

When there's time, I add useful content to the blog, volunteer as an EMT, or enjoy some downhill.

[kuz] at cmu (dot) edu
Curriculum Vitae

Research Papers

LIFT: Integrating Stakeholder Voices into Algorithmic Team Formation

E Hastings, A Alamri, A Kuznetsov, C Pisarczyk, K Karahalios, D Marinov, B Bailey

CHI 2020

It's just a matter of perspective(s): Crowd-Powered Consensus Organization of Corpora

A Jain, JY Seo, K Goel, A Kuznetsov, A Parameswaran, H Sundaram

arXiv preprint arXiv:1601.02034

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