Hello! My name is Kornraphop Kawintiranon (Ken). I am a Ph.D student in Computer Science at Georgetown University located in Washington, DC. My main research focuses on Data Science and Natural Language Processing (NLP). My current project is to answer the research question "How to detect misleading information spreading on Social Network?". In my opinion, the simplest type of misleading information to detect is spam detection on twitter. Most literature mainly focuses on spammer detection in which they utilize user's information and their networks in addition to their tweet texts. However, since my ultimate goal is not to detect spammers but the misleading information, which is much more abstract and more difficult, therefore I am working with Prof. Lisa Singh on content-based spam detection, the simplest type of misleading information detection.

Apart from my research, I am also a Liverpool fan so one of my class projects is to predict who will win the soccer matches using kaggle dataset, which is a set of soccer live comments collected over 5 years from 2011 to 2016. Besides, I also play guitar. I used to have my own band formed with my friends when I was in high school. Anyway, all of my friends are pursuing their own dreams in their own ways. So am I. This is life. Just enjoy it ;D