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Sorin Adam Matei, PhD
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Curriculum vitae 2009

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  • Sorin A. Matei, Ph.D. 100 N University Dr. Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 47907 smatei@purdue.eduA. EDUCATION Ph.D. 2001 University of Southern California, Communication (1996-2001) M.A. 1994 Tufts University, International Relations (1993-1994) B. A. 1991 Bucharest University, History and Philosophy (1986-1991)B. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2008-Present Associate Professor, Brian Lamb School of Communication, Purdue University 2003-2008 Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, Purdue University 2001-2003 Assistant Professor, University of KentuckyC. OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND HONORS 2012-present Fulbright Specialist 1994-Present Invited columnist for Esquire, Europe, Foreign Policy, and the BBC World Service and various Romanian language newspapers and magazines 2000-2001 Project Manager, Metamorphosis Project (http://www.metamorph.org) University of Southern California 1992-1993 Producer, BBC World Service 1991 Reporter, Cotidianul (national daily http://www.cotidianul.ro ) 1990-1991 Freelance reporter, Cuvintul, Express, Radio Free EuropeG. PUBLICATIONS 1. Books Matei, S. A. (2011). Idei de Schimb. [Spare Ideas]. European Institute Publishing House, Iasi, Romania. Matei, S. A. and Momescu, Mona (Editors). (2010). Idolii Forului. [Idols of the forum] Corint Publishing House, Bucharest, Romania. Matei, S. A. (2004). Boierii mintii. Intelectualii romani intre grupurile de prestigiu si piata libera a ideilor. [The mind boyars. Romanian intellectuals between status groups and the free market of ideas]. Compania Publishing House, Bucharest, Romania. Matei, S. A. and Britt, B. C. (Editors) (2011). Virtual Sociability: From Community to Communitas. InterAcademic Press, Indianapolis, Indiana. Verne, J. (2010). Around the World in 80 Days. The ubitour version guided by your mobileLast update 5-Sep-12 1
  • phone. Sorin A. Matei, editor. Ubimark. Indianapolis, IN. Matei, S. A., Leiter, D., and Yale, R. (2010). The Discovery Park Tour. A mobile experience guided by your cell phone. Ubimark/Ideagora. Indianapolis, IN. 2. Articles a. Refereed Articles and Proceedings: Matei, S. A., Kansa, E. and Rauh, N. (2011). The Visible Past / Open Context Loosely Coupled Model for Digital Humanities Ubiquitous Collaboration and Publishing: Collaborating Across Print, Mobile, and Online Media. Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.33-48. Retrieved from http://ijf.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.203/prod.50/index_html Dobrescu, C. and Matei, S. A. (2011). Latent Crusaders: Narrative Strategies of Survival in The Early Modern Danubian Principalities, 1550-1750. Journal of Global Initiatives. vol. 6, no 2 , pp. 33-50. Matei, S. A., & Dobrescu, C. (2011). Wikipedia’s “Neutral Point of View:”Settling conflict through ambiguity. The Information Society, 27, 1-12. doi:10.1080/01972243.2011.534368 Matei, S. A., Faiola, A., Wheatley, D. J., & Altom, T. (2010). The Role of Physical Affordances in Multifunctional Mobile Device Design. International Journal of Information Technology and Web Engineering, 5(4), 40-57. doi:10.4018/jitwe.2010100103 Faiola, A., & Matei, S. (2010). Enhancing human–computer interaction design education: teaching affordance design for emerging mobile devices. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 20, 239-254. Matei, S. A. (2010). Efectele Secundare ale Globalizării (The Side Effects of Globalization). Sfera Politicii (Political World), 11(153), 68-61. Retrieved from http://www.sferapoliticii.ro/sfera/153/cuprins.html Chen, X., Choi, J. & Matei, S. (2010). Visible Past: An Interactive Learning Platform for History. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 (pp. 154-160). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Matei, S.A., Bruno, R., Faiola, A., Morris, P., (2010). Visible Effort: A Social Entropy Methodology for Managing Computer-Mediated Collaborative Learning. Proceedings of The Fourth Global Communication Forum, Jiao Tong University. Shanghai, Jiao Tong University. September 29-30, 2010. Matei, S. A., Madsen, L., Bruno, R. (2010). Information Acquisition and Recall in Location-Aware and Search Engine Retrieval Systems. International Journal of Information Technology and Web Engineering.vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 32-52. Matei, S. A. (2009). Visible Past: A location and attention aware learning and discovery environment for digital humanities. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing. Volume 3, Page 163-174.Last update 5-Sep-12 2
  • Matei, S. A. (2009). The effect of formal and informal social capital on wireless encryption. The Journal of Community Informatics. Vol. 5, no. 1. Retrieved March 30, 2010 from http://www.ci-journal.net/index.php/ciej/article/view/356/442 Matei, S. A, Werner, E. and Faas, T. (2009) Where information searches for you. Proceedings of the Mobile Social Web (SMW 09). Vancouver, CA. August 25-29. Matei, S. A., Ball-Rokeach, Sandra J, & Ungurean, S. (2007). Communication Channels, Spatial Stereotyping, and Urban Conflict: A Cross-Scale and Spatio-Temporal Perspective. Journal of Dispute Resolution. No. 1, 2007, pp. 196-203. Matei, S. A., Miller, C. C., Arns, L., Rauh, N., Hartman, C., & Bruno, R. (2007). Visible Past: Learning and discovering in real and virtual space and time [Electronic Version]. First Monday, 12. Retrieved April 18 from http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue12_5/matei/index.html. Lee, S., Monge, P., Bar, F., & Matei, S. A. (2007). The emergence of clusters in global telecommunications network. Journal of Communication, 57(3), 415-434. Matei, S. A. (2006). Globalization and heterogenization: Cultural and civilizational clustering in telecommunicative space (1989-1999). Informatics and Telematics. Vol 23(4), 316-331. Matei, S. A. and Ball-Rokeach, S. (2005). Watts, the 1965 Los Angeles riots and the communicative construction of the “fear epicenter” of Los Angeles. Communication Monographs. Vol. 72 (3), 301-323. Faiola, A. and Matei, S. A. (2005). Cultural cognitive style and web design: Beyond a behavioral inquiry of computer-mediated communication. The Journal of Computer- Mediated Communication. Vol. 11(1) . Retrieved July 1, 2006, from http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol11/issue1/faiola.html. Matei, S. A. (2005). From counterculture to cyberculture: Virtual community discourse and the dilemma of modernity. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication. Vol. 10(3). Retrieved July 1, 2006, from http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol10/issue3/matei.html. Matei, S. A. (2005). Virtual community as ideology. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication. Vol. 35(4), 345-365. Matei, S. A. (2004). The effect of state-level social capital on on-line communities. The Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. Vol. 48(1), 23-40. Monge, P. and Matei, S. A. (effort shared equally) (2004). The role of the global telecommunications network in bridging economic and political divides between 1989 and 1999. Journal of Communication. Vol. 54(3), 511-531. Matei, S. A. (2004) The Romanian way: From nationalism to privatism. Problems of Post- communism. Vol. 51(2), 40-47. Matei, S. A. (2003) The Internet as magnifying glass: Marital status and on-line social ties. The Public. Vol. 10(1), 101-112.Last update 5-Sep-12 3
  • Matei, S. A. (2003). The Internet’s “magnifying glass” effect on off-line ties in the General Social Survey. In Consalvo, M., Baym, N., Hunsinger, J., Bruhn, K., Logie, J., Murero, M., Shade, L. R. Internet Research Annual: Vol. 1. Selected Papers from Association of Internet Researchers Conferences 2001-2002 (pp. 241-249). New York: Peter Lang. Matei, S. A. and Ball-Rokeach, S. (2003). The Internet in the communication infrastructure of urban residential communities: Meso or macro-linkage? Journal of Communication. 53(4), 642-657. Matei, S. A. and Ball-Rokeach, S. (2001). Real and virtual social ties: Connections in the everyday lives of seven ethnic neighborhoods. American Behavioral Scientist, vol. 45(3), 550-563. Matei, S. A. and Ball-Rokeach, S. and Qiu, J. (2001). Fear and misperception of Los Angeles urban space: A spatial-statistical study of communication-shaped mental maps. Communication Research, 28(4), 429-463. Ball-Rokeach, S., Kim, Y. C. and Matei, S. A. (2001). Storytelling neighborhood: Paths to belonging in diverse urban environments. Communication Research, 28(4), 392-428. Matei, S. A., Ball-Rokeach, S., Gutierrez Hoyt, E., Wilson, M., and Gibbs, J. (2001). Metamorphosis: A multi-method research design for the study of communication technology and community. Electronic Journal of Communication. Vol. 11(2). Retrieved July 1, 2006, from www.cios.org. 3. Book chapters and invited articles Kalinowski, C. and Matei, S. A. (in progress). Goffman Meets Online Dating: Exploring the ‘Virtually’ Socially Produced Self. Journal of Social Informatics, 16, 6-20. Matei, S. A., & Bruno, R. J. (2012). Individualist Motivators and Community Functional Constraints in Social Media: The Case of Wikis and Wikipedia. In Comunello, F. (Ed.), Networked Sociability and Individualism: Technology for Personal and Professional Relationships. (pp. 1-23). doi:10.4018/978-1-61350-338-6.ch001 Matei, S. A., & Gavrilescu, A. (2011, January). Dincolo de persoane (Beyond personal effects. Romanian parliamentary experts and expertise and how their image is communicated.). Foreign Policy, (20), 133. Matei, S. A., Oh, K., & Bruno, R. (2010). Collaboration and Communication in Online Environments: A Social Entropy Approach. In M. Oancea (Ed.), Comunicare și comportament organizational (Communication and organization behavior) (p. 115). Bucharest, Romania: Printech. Matei, S. A. (2010). Idolii forului: O declarație de independență intelectuală. [A declaration of intellectual independence. An introduction to “Idols of the Forum.”] Foreign Policy (Romanian edition), June, 12. Matei, S. A., Dobrescu, C. (2009). Cohesive ambiguity as a modern response to social divergence in Transylvania University Bulletin. Series IV: Philology and Cultural Studies, Vol. 2 (51), pp. 219-222Last update 5-Sep-12 4
  • Faiola, A. and Matei, S. (2007). Cultural cognitive style and the web: Toward a theory and practice of web design for international users. In K. St. Amant (Ed.), Linguistic and Cultural Online Communication Issues in the Global Age. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Published. Jung, J.J., Kim, Y. C., Ball-Rokeach, S. and Matei, S. A. (2007). ICT and communities in the 21st Century. Oxford Handbook on Information and Communication Technology. Ed. Robin Mansell. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Matei, S. A. (2006). Cartografia mentala indica stereotipiile urbane. In Romanian. [Mental mapping points to urban stereotypes]. Revista Romana de Administratie Publica Locala. 25, 8-9. Matei, S. A. (2005). Diurnarius Vates. In Romanian. [The Journalist as a Prophet]. Cultura. 48, 4-7. Matei, S. A. (2005). Cine are carte, imparte. In Romanian. [He who has, shares?—On social structures and educational opportunities in contemporary Romania]. Adevarul Literar si Artistic. 755, 8-9. William D., Elberse, A. Hong, T. and Matei, S. A. (2000). Beepless in America: The social impact of the Galaxy IV Pager Blackout. In Steve Lax, Access denied: Exclusion in the Information Age (pp. 9-34). London: Mcmillan. Matei, S. A. (1998). Virtual community as rhetorical vision and its American roots. In M. Prosser and K. S. Sitaram, eds. Civic Discourse: Intercultural, International, and Global Media (pp. 45-60). Greenwich, CT: Ablex Publishing, Co.. Matei, S. A. and Monge, P. (2003). Globalization, communication and democracy between 1989-1999. Sfera Politicii. 104, 18-24. Matei, S. A. (1997). Secretul sanatatii sociale. Intelectualii moderni intre grupurile de prestigiu si piata. (The secret of social health: Modern intellectuals between status groups and markets). Interval, Vol. 10(2), 67-77. 5. Software Development and Applied Research Reports Menal Maps Resource Website. http://mentalmaps.info A resource website for mental mapping researchers focusing on Sorin Adam Matei’s work in Los Angeles. Ubimark. http://ubimark.com An ubiquitous platform for publishing on demand, mobile, and collaborative books. Visible Past. http://visiblepast.net An ubiquitous knowledge management system. Includes gWiki technology, website, and Iphone application. Thought Ark. http://thoughtark.com . A social media platform for research and publishing. Visible Effort. http://veffort.us An analytic extension for MediaWiki that visualizes social entropy in collaborative groups and can be used for group self moderation.Last update 5-Sep-12 5
  • Wikiway. http://wikiway.net . A wiki course management program. Ideagora. http://ideagora.us A platform for ubiquitous and collaborative media projects. Matei, S. A., Anderson, Z. A., Wheatley, D. and Ferguson, L. (2004) CEC/Ensembles User Requirements Study. A report prepared for Motorola Labs, Applications Content Services. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University. Matei, S. A. (2003). “Good” and “bad” neighborhoods: Perceptions and reality. A report prepared for the Kettering Foundation. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky. Ball-Rokeach, S. J. , Matei, S. A., Wilson, M., Loges, W., Gutierrez Hoyt, E., Jung, J. Y., Kim, Y. C., Qiu, J., Harris, P. Ospina, N. (2001). Community storytelling, storytelling community: Paths to belonging in diverse Los Angeles residential areas (Metamorphosis Project White Paper Series No. 1). Los Angeles, CA: University of Southern California. Ball-Rokeach, S. J. , Gibbs, J., Jung, J. Y., Kim, Y. C., Matei, S. A., Wilson, M., Yuan, Y. and Zhang, L. (2000). The globalization of everyday life: Visions and reality. (Metamorphosis Project White Paper Series No. 2). Los Angeles: University of Southern California. Ball-Rokeach, S., Matei, S. A., Gibbs, J., Jung, J. Y., Kim, Y. C., and Qiu, J. (2000). The challenge of belonging in the 21st century: The case of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, CA: University of Southern California. 6. Book reviews Hansen, D., Shneiderman, B., and Smith, Marc, A. (2011). Analyzing Social Media Networks with NodeXL: Insights from a Connected World by Burlington, MA: Morgan Kauffman. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 27(4), 405-408. Retrieved from http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/10447318.2011.544971 Lord, K. M. (2006). The perils and promise of global transparency: why the information revolution may not lead to security, democracy, or peace. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. Journal of Communication. 57(4), 811-813. Huysman, M. and Wulf, V. (2005). Social Capital and Information technology. Cambridge, MA. MIT Press. New Media and Society. 7, 586– 589. Lengel, L. (2000). Culture and technology in the new Europe. Greenwich, CT: Ablex Publishing, Co. for Information, communication and society, 5(1), 139-144. 7. Competitive Papers Delivered at Professional Meetings Matei, S. A. and Dobrescu, C. (2012). Latent Crusaders: the Gnostic Imprint on Two Elite and Counter-elite Communist Cultures. Society of Romanian Studies Conference. Sibiu, July 2—4. Matei, S. A. (2012). Mapping the Reception of American Art in Postwar Western Europe. Artlas Symposium. LEcole Normale Supérieure et lAgence Nationale pour la Recherche. Paris, June 7. Matei, S. A., Britt, B., Kisselburgh, L., Lee, S., Rajan, P., Braun, D. (2011). VisibleLast update 5-Sep-12 6
  • Symbiosis: A Research Agenda for Social Media Collaborative Research. International Communication Association Annual Meeting. Boston, Ma. May 26-30 May. Matei, S. A, Kansa, E., and Rauh, N., (2010). Visible Past: Collaborating across Print, Mobile, and Online Media. Spaces and Flow Conference. Los Angeles, Ca., December 4-5. Brian, Britt, Matei, S. A., Braun, D. (2011). Mining Large‐Scale Online Communities: The Development and Dispersion of Tools for Analyzing Collaborative Processes and Structures. . Sunbelt XXXI, Social Network Conference. St. Pete Beach, Fl., February 8-13. Lee, S., Kisselburgh, L., and Matei, SA. (2011). The Evolution of Knowledge Creation in a Large‐Scale Online Community: Collaboration as a Socially Embedded Process. Sunbelt XXXI, Social Network Conference. St. Pete Beach, Fl. February 8-13. Matei, S. A. (2010). Visible Past: Visible Past: Intermedia geo-sensitive on demand publishing for humanities. The Fourth Global Communication Forum, Jiao Tong University. Shanghai, Jiao Tong University. September 29-30, 2010. Matei, S. A. (2010). Visible Effort: A Social Entropy Methodology for Managing Computer-Mediated Collaborative Learning. The Fourth Global Communication Forum, Jiao Tong University. Shanghai, Jiao Tong University. September 29-30, 2010. Matei, S. A., Braun, D. and Petrache, H. (2009). The structure of social collaboration on Wikipedia. Wikimania, Buenos Aires, August 26-28. Matei, S. A. (2009). Visible Past. Visualizing the Past Workshop presentation. Richmond VA, Feb 20-21, 2009. Matei, S. A. (2008). Global Perspective on Wikipedia Research. American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting. October 24-29. Columbus, Ohio. Matei, S. A. (2008). Visible Past. A location aware environment. HASTAC 2 Meeting. Irvine, California. May 15-17. Matei, S. A. (2008). Visible Past. A platform for learning and discovery. Global Communication Forum. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. June 17-19. Matei, SA, Bruno, R and Morris, PL. (2008). Social Structures in Wiki environments. ASIST conference, September, 2008. Kisselburgh, L., & Matei, S. A. (2007). The Role of Media Use, Social Interaction, and Spatial Behavior in Community Belonging. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Franscisco, CA. Matei, S. A. and Oh, K. (2006, November). Collaboration and communication in online environments: A social entropy approach. Paper to presented at the National Communication Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX. Lee, S., Monge, P., Bar, F. and Matei, S. A. (2006, June). The emergence of clusters in global telecommunications networks. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany.Last update 5-Sep-12 7
  • Matei, S. A. (2006, June). Conceptual network structures in defining the virtual community project. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany. Matei, S. A., Madsen, L., Bertoline, G., Arns, L., Ren, M. and Davidson, A. (2006, June). The cognitive impact of location-aware information systems. Paper presented at The Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany. Matei, S. A., Wheatley, D. and Faiola, D. (2006, June). Multipurpose mobile devices, graphic user interfaces, and physical affordances: A Case Study. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany. Matei, S. A., Ungurean, S. and Albulet, O. (2006, June). Networking nationalism: Cross- national communication research approaches. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany. Matei, S. A. and Dobrescu, C. (2006, June). Emergence under debate: Wikipedia as a case study for the rise of ambiguity in modern knowledge production systems. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany. Oh, K. and Matei, S. A. (2005, October). Online community engagement and off-line social ties: New Evidence from the Communities and the Internet Pew Internet Survey. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. Matei, S. A. and Hooker, J. F. (2005, October). Wireless networks: Social capital, diffusion and encryption practices. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. Matei, S. A., Madsen, L, Bertoline, G, Arns, L, and Davidson, A. (2005, October). Socio- spatial cognition and community identification in the context of the next generation of location- aware information systems. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. Matei, S. A. and John F. Hooker (2005, May). The relationship between social capital and wireless encryption practices: A longitudinal case study. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, New York, NY. Hooker, J. F. and Matei, S. A. (2005, March). Wireless encryption practices: Social capital factors and diffusion of innovation. Paper presented at the CERIAS 7th Annual Information Security Symposium, West Lafayette, IN,. Matei, S. A. (2005, May). Mass Media, "Desirability," and "avoidance" in a heartland town: A communication infrastructure perspective. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, New York, NY. Matei, S. A. (2004, May). From counterculture to cyberculture: Virtual community discourse and the dilemma of modernity. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.. Matei, S. A. (2004, May). Globalization and heterogenization: Cultural and civilizational clustering in telecommunicative space (1989-1999). Paper presented at the AnnualLast update 5-Sep-12 8
  • Conference of the International Communication Association, New Orleans, LA. Matei, S. A. (2004, March). Social use and encryption practices on wireless (802.11) networks in Lexington, KY. A GIS/GPS research methodology. Paper presented at the Annual CERIAS Research symposium. Matei, S. A. (June, 2004). The social-spatial diffusion of wireless networks in Lexington, Kentucky. A GIS/GPS research methodology. Paper presented at the Global and the Local in Mobile Communication International Conference. Budapest, Hungary. Matei, S. A. (May, 2003). The effect of state-level social capital on emergence of virtual communities. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA. Matei, S. A. and Ball-Rokeach, S. (2003, May). Watts, the 1965 Los Angeles riots and the communicative construction of the “fear epicenter” of Los Angeles. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA. Matei, S. A. and Ball-Rokeach, S. (2002, August). Ascription of "safe" and "unsafe" places: Communicative allocation of an overlooked scarce resource. Paper presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. Sabella, J. and Matei, S. A. (2002, April). On-line communities and a new revenue-generating paradigm: The Yahoo! clubs. Paper presented at the Murray State TSM Conference. Matei, S. A., Sabella, J. and Williams, D. (2002, October). Geography and on-line community: The socio-spatial anchoring of Yahoo! Clubs. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference. Maastricht, Netherlands. Monge, P. and Matei, S. A. (2002, February). The role of the global telecommunications network in bridging economic and political divides between 1989 and 1999. Paper presented at the Sunbelt Social Network Conference, New Orleans, LA. Matei, S. A. (2001, October). Paths to community belonging: Net surfer, media consumer, talker or joiner? Paper presented at the Second International Conference of the Internet Researchers. Minneapolis, MN. Monge, P. and Matei, S. A. (2001, November). The effect of globalization on the digital divide. Paper presented at the ICA/IAMCR Symposium on the Digital Divide. Austin, TX. Matei, S. A., Ball-Rokeach, S. and Qiu, J. (2001, August). Mental maps of fear and connectedness to the communication infrastructure: The case of Los Angeles. Paper presented at the AEJMC 2001 Convention, Washington DC. Top three paper. Matei, S. A. (2001, August). Belongers belong everywhere: Connections in the everyday lives of seven ethnic neighborhoods. Paper presented at the American Sociological Associations (ASA) 96th Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA. Matei, S. A., Qiu, J. and Ball-Rokeach, S. (2001, May). Fear and misperception of Los Angeles urban space. A spatial-statistical study of communication-shaped mental maps. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Washington DC.Last update 5-Sep-12 9
  • Matei, S. A. (2000, September). Marital status, individualism and on-line groups. Does the Internet have a “magnifying glass effect”? Paper presented at the First Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. Lawrence, KS. Matei, S. A. (2000, February). Virtual community as an individualist ideology. Communication Paper presented at the 2000 Annual Convention of the Western States Communication Association, Sacramento, CA. Top Three Paper. Matei, S. A. and Monge, P. (2000, June). Economic and communication flows in an era of global democracy: Does globalization "befoul its nest"? Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. Acapulco, Mexico. Matei, S. A. (2000, June). GIS mapping and modeling mass media influence on perception of urban space in Los Angeles. Paper presented at the UCGIS Summer Assembly, Mount Hood Resort, OR. Top six graduate student paper/presentation. Matei, S. A., Sasina, K., Ginosar, T., Townsley, N. (1999, November). Secondary circuits in globalization of television programming. Interactive World Wide Web presentation. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association. Chicago, IL. Matei, S. A. (1997, July). Virtual community as rhetorical vision and its American roots. Paper presented at the Rochester Institute of Technology 1997 Communication, Technology, and Cultural Values Conference. Rochester, NY. Outstanding Student Paper. Matei, S. A. and Gibbs, J. (1998, November). Development of local/global identity analysis of personal homepages. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the National Communication Association, New York, NY. Rumsey, S., Matei, S. A., Gibbs, J, Heino, R. and Lee, B. (1997, May). Process vs. product orientation toward strategic alliances. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. Montreal, Canada. 8. Invited talks, papers, and presentations Matei, S. A. (2012). Social Entropy and communication. Com 601 Graduate Seminar. Purdue University. Matei, S. A. (2012). The Digital Divide and Social Media. WALLA (Wabash Area Lifetime Learning Association) Lecture series. West Lafayette, IN. April 10, 2012. Matei, S. A. (2012). Ubimark and location aware systems. WALLA (Wabash Area Lifetime Learning Association) Lecture series. West Lafayette, IN. April 12, 2012. Dossin, C., Miller, C., Matei, S. A. (2012). Implementing Geoinformatics for Art History and Other Humanities. Purdue University College of Liberal Arts Research Synergy Presentation. March 2, 2012. Matei, S. A. (2012). Digital Tools and Mental Maps for Social Change. Szeged University Planning Group for the Center of Excellence in Mental Mapping. July 5. Matei, S. A. (2012). Mental Mapping Research Methdologies. Belgrade Open School. July 7.Last update 5-Sep-12 10
  • Visible Past. Purdue University Envision Center Data Visualization Series. September 13, 2011. Data visualization for spatial scientists. A mashup approach. A presentation to the Soundscape project. Purdue University. July 2011. Digital-Analog Interfaces. Presentation to the GLIE club. West Lafayette. February 3, 2011. Invited Speaker (with Rebecca Ivic). GIS mapping and social media: Tools for strengthening connections between youth-serving organizations." Presentation given to the Our Kids Are Our Community network, Bauer Community Center, Lafayette, March 2011 Invited Speaker (with Rebecca Ivic). Spatial technologies for mapping community organization resources. Our Children SummitXXX. February, 2011. Matei, S. A. (2011). Idols of the Forum: Public intellectuals in Romania and Eastern Europe since 1989. Kennesaw State University Year of Romania Invited Lecture Series. January 27. Kennesaw State University. Kennesaw, Georgia. Matei, S.A., Britt, B., Lee, Seungyoon, Kisselburgh, L., Braun, D. (2010). Decoding the Social Media Genome. Cyberinfrastructure Days. Purdue University. December, 8. Invited Speaker (with Rebecca Ivic). GIS mapping and social media: Tools for strengthening connections between youth-serving organizations." Presentation given to the Our Kids Are Our Community network, Bauer Community Center, Lafayette, March 2011 Keynote Speaker: Idols of the Forum, book presentation at Bookfest (Bucharest International book fair). June 11, 2010. Keynote Speaker: Idols of the Forum: Modern Intellectual Communication Strategies. Transylvania University, Brasov. June 10, 2010. Keynote Speaker: Idols of the Forum: The Culture and Social Structure of Modern Intellectual Communication Strategies. Symposium, “Tudor Vianu” Interdisciplinary Research Center. Bucharest University. June 9, 2010. Invited Speaker: Visible Past as Spatial Content Management System. Polis Center, IUPUI. May 12, 2010 Invited Speaker: Placing knowledge in space with Visible Past. Purdue University, Geomatics Seminar. September 3, 2009. Invited Speaker: Visible Past: A platform for community based GIS. CHEP, Indiana University School of Medicine. September 2, 2009. Invited Speaker: Health application of Visible Past. MOCHA planning group, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University and IUPUI, August 2009. Invited Speaker: Leveraging GIS platforms for social collaboration. Polis Center, IUPUI. May, 2009. Invited Speaker: Thought Ark. Bamboo Project presentation. Tucson, AZ. Jan 12-14 2009.Last update 5-Sep-12 11
  • Invited Speaker: Blogs are ecosystems. Soros Foundation ONG 2.0 New Media Conference. November 17-18. Bucharest, Romania Invited Speaker: Communication channels and urban conflict: A cross-scale and spatio- temporal perspective. Conference on Media and Conflict, University of Missouri- Columbia, September 13-15, 2006. Invited Speaker: Space as a Communicative Entity. Special Research Series Seminar, University of Texas, Austin, October 12-14, 2006. Invited Speaker: “Paramodernity in small cultures “ Lecture. Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania, June 14, 2006. Invited Speaker: Invited Speaker “Local identity, communication and oral history: Methodological implications” Guest Lecture. Transylvania University, Brasov, Romania, June 6, 2006. Invited Speaker: “Covering Immigration: The Changing Faces of Our Communities” Western Knight Center for Specialized Journalism. University of Southern California, May 17, 2001. Invited Speaker: “Making the global local: The impact of globalization on the Western US.” Western Knight Center for Specialized Journalism. University of Southern California, March 19, 2001. Invited Speaker: “Virtual Communities: Past, present and future.” Center for Modernization Studies Lecture. Transylvania University. Brasov, Romania. December, 2000. 9. Scholarly Service a. Editorial Board 2006 Human Communication Research 2007 Open Journal of Communication 2010 Visible Past General Editor b. Reviewer New Media and Society Communication Theory Information Society Journal of Computer Mediated Communication The Journal of Human Technology Communication Research The Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media The Electronic Journal of Communication International Communication Association Annual MeetingsLast update 5-Sep-12 12