Jinie Pak

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Education

Ph.D., Information Systems, College of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, 2014

M.S., Information Systems, College of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, 2007

Areas of Expertise

Intelligence and Security Informatics, Social and Organizational Aspects of Information Systems, Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Computational Linguistics,
Human Computer Interaction (HCI)

Selected Publications and Presentations:

Jinie Pak and Lina Zhou, “A Comparison of Classification Methods to Detect Deception in Synchronous Computer Mediated Communication” 2015 IEEE Intelligence Security Informatics.

Jinie Pak and Lina Zhou, “Temporal Patterns of Structural Deception Behavior in a Massively Multiplayer Online Game”, Proceeding on 48th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS -48), Jan 2015, Hawaii, USA

Jinie Pak and Lina Zhou, “Gaze Behavior in Online Dyadic Deceptive Communication” Submitted to Proceeding on the 19th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2013), Chicago, MI, USA, 2013.

Jinie Pak and Lina Zhou, “Social Structural Behavior of Deception In Computer-Mediated Communication”, Journal of Decision Support Systems, 2013.

Jinie Pak and Lina Zhou, “Social Structure Cues to Deception in Synchronous CMC”,  Proceeding on the 10th Workshop on eBusiness (WeB 2011), December 2011, Shanghai, China - Best paper nominee.

Jinie Pak and Lina Zhou, “Eye Movements as Deception Indicators in Online Chatting Environment”, Proceeding on  17th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2011), August 2011, Detroit, MI, USA - Best poster award.

Jinie Pak and Lina Zhou, “A Framework for Ontology Evaluation”, Proceeding on the 8th workshop on eBusiness (WeB 2009), December 2009, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

Research:

My primary research goal aims to improve and develop deception detection techniques in computer mediated communication (CMC) through understanding of human behavior, and the design of intelligent technologies. In particular, I have researched two main non-verbal deception behaviors in CMC - social structural behavior and psychophysiological behavior. I have integrated advanced information technologies and traditional sociological and psychological theories and findings to create new possibilities that can make unique contributions to deception detection, computer-mediated communication, and human computer interaction research.

I am looking into automatic detection of structural deception behavior in online communication, using natural language processing and machine learning techniques to effectively analyze raw data and information from diverse data source.

Memberships / Affiliations:

Association of Information Systems (AIS)  

Academy of Management (AOM)

Organizational Communication & Information Systems (OCIS)

Co-Reviewer:

International Journal of e-adoption

Association of Information Systems (AIS)  

Academy of Management (AOM)

IEEE 2015 Intelligent Security Informatics Conference (ISI)