I am an Assistant Professor at School of Information at University of South Florida. My primary research combines method-development for computational analysis with the application of these methods for government information organization and evidence-based policy decision-making. My ultimate aim is to systematically organize government data, making it amenable to analysis, as well as providing analytic tools and use cases. My CV is available 2_cv_lonihagen_jan2017.
I am interested in data-driven policy decision making, government information management, privacy, cyber security and political participation in government using ICTs. The core element of these domains is in information organization and use.
My study–“Topic Modeling for E-petition Content Analysis: Interpreting Petitioners’ Policy Priorities” is situated in the context below: