About Me


I’m a third year PhD student in Computer Science at EPFL, advised by Robert West. I’m broadly interested in Data Science and Computational Social Science.



[1] Causal Effects of Brevity on Style and Success in Social Media, Kristina Gligorić, Ashton Anderson and Robert West. ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing CSCW, 2019. (link)

[2] Comparing and Developing Tools to Measure the Readability of Domain-Specific Texts, Elissa Redmiles, Lisa Maszkiewicz, Emily Hwang, Dhruv Kuchhal, Everest Liu, Miranda Morales, Denis Peskov, Sudha Rao, Rock Stevens, Kristina Gligorić, Sean Kross, Michelle Mazurek and Hal Daume III. The 2019 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing EMNLP, 2019. (link)

[3] Message Distortion in Information Cascades, Manoel Ribeiro, Kristina Gligorić and Robert West. The Web Conference WWW, 2019. (link)


[4] How Constraints Affect Content: The Case of Twitter’s Switch from 140 to 280 Characters, Kristina Gligorić, Ashton Anderson and Robert West.
International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media ICWSM, 2018. (link)

[5] Visible Light Communication Based Indoor Positioning via Compressed Sensing, Kristina Gligorić, Manisha Ajmani, Dejan Vukobratović and Sinan Sinanović. IEEE Communication Letters CLET, 2018. (link)


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