〉 Han-Teng Liao
July 2015 - October 2016
Han-Teng Liao (DPhil, 2014, Oxford) worked at UNU-CS in the areas of Small Data and HCI research for civic and cross-cultural engagement. He is a research professional with combined information science, media/communication and open source/open data working experience. Liao’s research focuses on ICTs and HCI for human and political development, with the use of webometrics, user-generated data and social network analysis. In particular he studies how geographic and linguistic factors influence mobile and Internet-enabled services and their potentials in cross-cultural and/or transnational growth/dynamics/exchanges, including the industry practices in software/website internationalization (i18n) and Localization (L10n). His doctoral work compares two major user-contributed Chinese encyclopedias (Chinese Wikipedia and Baidu Baike), studying their impact on user interactions from regions such as Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
- How far-reaching is “One Belt One Road” on the Web? A data visualization of the scopes across countriesNovember 20, 2016
- How far-reaching is the Sustainable Development Goals on the Web? A data visualization of the scopes across countriesNovember 20, 2016
- How far-reaching is the Sustainable Development Goals on the Web? Localization of the SDG on the (locale) WebOctober 17, 2016
- Global Goals: a glimpse of the work in progressOctober 30, 2015