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Posters

Throughout our research endeavors, our team disseminates key findings through posters presented at academic workshops and conferences. The posters produced by the Innovation Diffusion Lab and its members are available below.

*- Refers to Student Researchers 

Bridging the Gap: Training Strategies to Advance the Adoption of Cyberinfrastructure by Researchers

Andrea Chirino*, Caroline Harvey*, Ryan Johnson*, and Kerk Kee
Spring 2019

Creating an Optimal Environment for the Development of Cyberinfrastructure

Ashley Ima*, Rochelle Salvador*, and Kerk F. Kee
Spring 2019 

An Investigation of Communication Techniques between Internal and External Groups within Cyberinfrastructure

Chye Shoong Chin* and Kerk F. Kee
Spring 2019

The Role of Facilitator Networks in Cyberinfrastructure Adoption

Cara Cummings* and Kerk Kee
Spring 2019

“Power Up”: A Strategic Communication Campaign to Increase Campus Awareness about Cyberinfrastructure

Miles Galindo*, Kerk Kee, and Andrew Schrock
Fall 2018

Lesser-Known Key Components of Cyberinfrastructure

Taylor Collins*, Kate Peters*, Ashley Jensen*, Luke Bradbury*, & Kerk Kee
Fall 2018

Understanding Cyberinfrastructure Adoption: The Effect of Social Norms and Culture

Natalie Shanaa*, Leora Kalili*, Morgan Venn*, JJ Wu*, and Kerk Kee
Fall 2018

The Four Building Blocks to Run a Successful Cyberinfrastructure Project

Madison Conrad*, AnnMarie Maciel*, Emilie Allen*, Adrienne Courey*, Emilee Mast-Monnig*, & Kerk Kee
Fall 2018

Three Core Capacity Units for Cyberinfrastructures

Sasha Baharestani*, Kimberly LaChaine*, Don Bingham*, and Kerk Kee
Fall 2018

Understanding Adoption Factors of Cyberinfrastructure During Early Exposure 

Sal Ochoa III*, Paloma Leiton*, Sebastian Medina*, Jenny Kim*, Hannah Kim*, and Kerk Kee
Fall 2018 

The Key Behavioral Practices that Define Cyberinfrastructure

Abbey Francis*, Alyssa Karpas*, Amber Ingram*, Chase Vombaur*, Jack McKeon*, and Kerk Kee
Fall 2018

What Influences How Stakeholders Collaborate in the Cyberinfrastructure World?

Chloe Pace*, Andrew Schrock and Kerk Kee
Spring 2018

Overcoming the Barriers of Cyberinfrastructure Development and Implementation

Jamie McCain*, Alexa Ferrante*, Pat Phornthanavarsit*, and Kerk Kee
Spring 2018 

Key Steps to Adopting Cyberinfrastructure at Research Universities 

Jennifer Rulon*, Shaun Chin*, Jack Atkinson*, & Kerk Kee
Spring 2018 

Cyberinfrastructure Development and Implementation: Challenges and Solutions

Juliette Atchekzai*, Samantha Mountjoy*, & Kerk Kee
Spring 2018 

How Education Facilitates the Adoption of Cyberinfrastructure 

Chloe Pace*, Andrew Schrock and Kerk Kee
Fall 2017 

Recruiting, Training and Mentoring Undergraduate Social Science Students to Study Cyberinfrastructure as a Socio-Technical Innovation

Tyler Papera*, Andrew Schrock and Kerk Kee
Fall 2017 

Understanding Group Communication in Capacity Building in Cyberinfrastructure (CI)

Raizi Simons*, Andrew Schrock and Kerk Kee
Fall 2017

Pathways to Adopting Cyberinfrastructure (CI)

Tyler Papera*, Lydia Benjamin*, Jamie McCain*, Andrew Schrock and Kerk Kee
Spring 2017 

Understanding the Human Factor as a Dimension of Cyberinfrastructure

Lydia Benjamin*, Jamie McCain*, and Kerk Kee
Fall 2016 

Accelerating Cyberinfrastructure Adoption: Understanding the Strategies behind Expediting Diffusion

Kyle Herron*, Jamie McCain*, Lydia Benjamin*, and Kerk Kee
Fall 2016

Accelerating Cyberinfrastructure: Understanding Innovation Attributes and Adopter Categories of the Diffusion of Innovations Theory in the Context of e-Science

Lydia Benjamin*, Mona Sleiman*, and Kerk Kee
Spring 2016

The Multidimensionality of Cyberinfrastructure: Objects, Practices, and Ideologies in the e-Science Community

Samantha Stein*, Mona Sleiman* and Kerk Kee
Spring 2016 

The Group Approach to Spreading Awareness of Cyberinfrastructure in the Larger U.S. Scientific Community

Erica Dean*, Mona Sleiman*, and Kerk Kee
Fall 2015 

The Recursive Cycle of Sustainability in e-Science Organizations

Tyler Bice*, Mona Sleiman*, and Kerk Kee
Fall 2015 

The Social Factors of Virtual Organizations: Fostering Relationships, Promoting Motivation, and Establishing a Lead Coordinator

Amanda Lee*, Mona Sleiman*, and Kerk Kee
Fall 2015 

Repurposing tools – A Diffusion Strategy

Mona Sleiman*, Christian Keroles*, and Kerk Kee
Spring 2015 

Attributes of Successful Computational tools in Big Data Science

Grace Kim*, Megan Mogannam*, and Kerk Kee
Spring 2014 

Being Permanently Beta: The Iterative Nature of Computational Tools in Big Data Science

Tracey Hartsock*, Brett Robertson*, and Kerk Kee
Spring 2014 

Funding, Structure, and Shared Responsibility: Macro Conditions Shaping the Computational and Big Data Movement

Ryo Nakagawara*, Megan Mogannam*, and Kerk Kee
Spring 2014 

Looking Inside the Black Box: Computational Tool Development in Big Data Science

Len Hamilton*, Whitney Caldwell*, and Kerk Kee
Spring 2014 

Overcoming Challenges of Geographic Dispersion in Virtual Organizations for Big Data Science

Mona Sleiman*, Whitney Caldwell*, and Kerk Kee
Spring 2014 

The Role of Feedback in the Nonlinear Development and Use of Computational Tools in Big Data Science

Dean Navarro*, Brett Robertson*, and Kerk Kee
Spring 2014