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Gabriel Grill

Gabriel Grill


I am a PhD candidate advised by Christian Sandvig and Silvia Lindtner. My research interests center around the social study of algorithms, platforms, supply chains, and performance measures and their entanglement with discourse, culture, and labor. My dissertation research focuses on technologies used for risk assessment, supply chain management, and affect/emotion recognition.

I am affiliated with the Center for Ethics, Society, and Computing (ESC), the Infrastructure Lab and the Tech.Culture.Matters. research collective. I previously studied Computer Science at the Vienna University of Technology and completed exchanges to EPFL, University of Waterloo, and Telecom ParisTech. I also conducted research at the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo.



Areas of interest

feminist science and technology studies, algorithm studies, infrastructure studies, platforms and supply chains

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Recent publications by UMSI faculty and PhD students. ACM FAccT Conference and ICWSM 2024. Recent publications by UMSI faculty and PhD students.
FAcct 2024 and ICWSM: UMSI Research Roundup

UMSI research and workshops for the 2024 FAcct conference, as well as the AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media. 

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Social Media, Bias and POPQUORN. Check out UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.
Social media, bias and POPQUORN: UMSI Research Roundup

Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

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