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Tim Weninger

Tim Weninger

Email: tweninge@nd.edu

Phone: 574-631-6770

Office: 353 Fitzpatrick Hall


Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2013


I work in "network science," with a particular focus on multimodal/heterogeneous information networks. My research lies at the intersection of machine learning and databases and information retrieval.

Summary of Activities/Interests

Network science, data science, machine learning, databases, and information retrieval.


Course in Media and Global Affairs Dives into Disinformation and Fake News

February 23, 2018

The challenges of fake news and disinformation will be the focus of a special course offering during spring break. Registration is open for the course, titled “Media and Global Affairs.” The course is being offered by the Keough School of Global Affairs in collaboration with the College of Engineering and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies.

Researchers Seek to Model Social Interactions across Online Environments

October 24, 2017

What makes people share and react to information online? Like "neurons in a giant brain," the connection is vital to the nation's well-being as communications, and even actions, can quickly be impacted across online environments. This is what a multidisciplinary group of engineers and scientists, including a team from the University of Notre Dame, are working to better understand.

Notre Dame Faculty Receive ARO Young Investigator Program Awards

October 11, 2017

The Army Research Office has recognized two University of Notre Dame computer science and engineering faculty members — Dong Wang and Tim Weninger — with Young Investigator Program (YIP) awards for 2017.

Data Mining for Group Gold: New Study to Map How Committees Work

July 26, 2017

Anyone who has served on a committee understands that coming to a consensus can be a lengthy and not altogether pleasant — or effective — process. Along with a general back-and-forth of possible outcomes and other lengthy discussions, there can also be heated arguments before even the smallest decisions can be reached. This group decision-making process is what a team led by Notre Dame’s Tim Weninger will be studying as part of a recently awarded grant from the Army Research Office’s Young Investigator Program.