Academic Profile

Poong Oh is an assistant professor of the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI). Prior to joining NTU in 2017, he worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. His research focuses on the evolutionary dynamics of social and collective actions and the roles of communication in it. Also, his research interest lies in advanced data analytic methods, including experimental social science, computational methods, and Bayesian analysis.
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Asst Prof Poong Oh
Assistant Professor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information

The evolution of social and communication networks; Evolutionary game theory; Distributed consensus; Collective decision making; Coordination problems
  • AI for Democracy: Using AI Algorithms to Optimize Collective Decision-Making Procedures

  • Automatic Profiling of User Accounts Driving Scholarly Communication on Twitter

  • Public Trust in Artificial Intelligence and Its Macro-Societal Impacts

  • The Coevolution of Languages and Communication Networks

  • Vaccine communication and messaging: Addressing COVID- 19 vaccine hesitancy and promoting population acceptance
  • Onnis, L., and Oh, P. (2019, February). Are bilinguals better statistical learners? (Poster). Paper presented at International Symposium on Cognition and Neuroscience 2019, Singapore.

  • Park, M. and Oh, P. (2018). The Second-Order Judgment Problems: The Impacts of Perceived Social Distance on Judgment Making. International Communication Association.

  • Bighash, L., Oh, P., Fulk, J., & Monge, P. (2017). The Value of Questions in Organizing: Reconceptualizing Contributions to Online Public Information Goods. Communication Theory, 28(1), 1-21.