poongoh [at] usc [dot] edu
Poong Oh received his B.A. and M.A. in mass communication from Yonsei University (Seoul, South Korea; minor in philosophy) and his M.S. in journalism & mass communication from Iowa State University (minors in statistics and sociology). He presented several papers in the fields of political communication, international communication, media effects, communication theory, and information theory at a broad range of conferences of the ICA, NCA, AEJMC, Sunbelt, Web Science, etc. One of his articles was published in Journal of Korean Journalism and Communication (title: Television Program as Facilitator of Social Capital: Construction of Social Capital Index for Television Program). His major interests focus on the evolutionary processes of complex adaptive systems, such as human communication networks, interorganizational networks, group information processing and decision making processes, collective actions. In terms of methodology, he is interested in complex network analysis, mathematical modeling, Bayesian statistics, and decision analysis. Currently, he is working on several research projects in Annenberg Networks Networks.