Mor Naaman


I am an associate professor at Cornell Tech. I am also the Co-founder and Chief Scientist at Seen. Previously, I was an assistant professor at Rutgers SC&I, led a research team at Yahoo! Research Berkeley, and got a PhD from Stanford.





6 Aug 2013. Academic affiliation change: I am moving from Rutgers to Cornell Tech NYC. See you in New York City!

5 May 2013. Proud to have Mahaya included in the first ever round of the TimeSpace program at the New York Times.



Rannie Teodoro, Pinar Ozturk, Mor Naaman, Winter Mason, and Janne Lindqvist. The Motivations and Experiences of the On-Demand Mobile Workforce. In Proceedings, CSCW 2014.

Jessa Lingel, Mor Naaman, and danah boyd. City, Self, Network: Transnational Migrants and Online Identity Work. In Proceedings, CSCW 2014.

Funda Kivran-Swaine, Samuel Brody, and Mor Naaman. Effects of gender and tie strength on Twitter interactions. First Monday, [S.l.], Aug 2013.

Nir Grinberg, Mor Naaman, Blake Shaw, and Gilad Lotan. Extracting Diurnal Patterns of Real World Activity from Social Media. In Proceedings, ICWSM 2013.

Rannie Teodoro and Mor Naaman. Fitter with Twitter: Understanding Personal Health and Fitness Activity in Social Media. In Proceedings, ICWSM 2013.

Kai Su, Mor Naaman, Avadhut Gurjar, Mohsin Patel, and Dan Ellis. Making a Scene: Alignment of Complete Sets of Clips based on Pairwise Audio Match. In Proceedings, ICMR 2012.



22 Mar 2013. Radio Silence Over: Updates, Mahaya, TimeSpace, Moscow

Ayman has been on my case, and for a good reason this time. We kind of neglected you, good readers of our blog. It’s been a long and winding few months years. We both fully intend to write more but for now, here’s a quick update from the Naaman half. And it’s exciting (at least […]