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Ph.D. student
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University of Pittsburgh

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Yi-ling Lin is currently a Ph.D. student of Information Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh and works in Personalized Adaptive Web Systems (PAWS) lab on educational and cultural heritage projects. I have been working in the field of human interactive systems, information retrieval and social web for 3 years. I published papers about semantic enhancement and human interactive system field in journals and conferences and also actively participate academic services, such as reviewing papers and volunteering. The project cooperated with the Carnegie Museum of Art and the internship at the Free University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands by joining the NWO-CATCH-2 Project refine my research direction on investigating social wisdom in the educational and cultural heritage domain.

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