Jay Pujara, Research Assistant Professor in Computer Science at the University of Southern California, will present "Knowledge Graphs for a Deeper Understanding of Science."
Jay Pujara is a research assistant professor of Computer Science at the University of Southern California as well as research team lead and director of the Center on Knowledge Graphs at USC's Information Sciences Institute. His research focuses on artificial intelligence, specifically knowledge graphs and statistical relational learning. Jay is the author of over 50 peer-reviewed publications, has received four best paper awards, and has been featured in AI Magazine.
Scientific research is the foundation of human progress. One approach to better understand the processes underlying scientific research is through analyzing scientific publications, their authors, and the relationships between them. I will describe PubGraph, a publication KG with over 15B edges built on the Wikidata ontology. Next, I will present results of several applications of PubGraph, including assessing the reproducibility of scientific publications, patterns of bias in scientific communities, transductive and inductive link prediction between scientific works, and modeling research dynamism.
Gendered citation patterns among the scientific elite. Kristina Lerman, Yulin Yu, Fred Morstatter, and Jay Pujara. (2022) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119(40).
Assessing Scientific Research Papers with Knowledge Graphs. Kexuan Sun, Zhiqiang Qiu, Abel Salinas, Yuzhong Huang, Dong-Ho Lee, Daniel Benjamin, Fred Morstatter, Xiang Ren, Kristina Lerman, and Jay Pujara. (2022) ACM SIGIR.
PubGraph: A Large Scale Scientific Temporal Knowledge Graph. Kian Ahrabian, Xinwei Du, Richard Myloth, Arun Ananthan. and Jay Pujara. (2023) ArXiv.
We continue the CIRSS speaker series in Spring 2023 with a focus on “Knowledge Graphs and Semantic Computing”. We will meet on Fridays, 9-10am Central Time, on Zoom. To join a session, go to the current week’s session and click the “access” link, which will lead you to a calendar entry. There, click the “PARTICIPATE online” button to join a session. Recordings of past talks can be found next to "access" if available. The event is open to the public, and everyone is welcome to attend! This series is hosted by the Center for Informatics Research in Science and Scholarship (CIRSS). If you have any questions, please contact Jana Diesner and Halil Kilicoglu.
This event is sponsored by Center for Informatics Research in Science and Scholarship