About me (中英文简介)

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Associate Professor Tina Du
Dr. Jia Tina Du is an Associate Professor of Information Studies in the UniSA STEM and Director of Information and Innovation Laboratory at the University of South Australia, whose research interests lie in applied, industry and interdisciplinary studies related to human information behaviour, interactive information retrieval, marginalised communities, and social impact of emerging technology. She has published more than 110 papers in top journals and conferences in her field, including 45 SCI/SSCI journal articles. Her research work has been supported by national and international competitive research grants and attracted more than $1M in government and industry research funding. Dr. Du was awarded the Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (ARC DECRA), a highly competitive national research fellowship, and visiting research fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK, among many other awards, honors and grants. She was named as the top researcher in Library & Information Science within the Engineering & Computer Science category by The Australian’s Research 2020 Magazine. She is an elected Director-at-Large of ASIS&T Board and served as Asia-Pacific Chapter Chair of the Association for Information Science and Technology. She is also appointed as the Co-Chair of Research Advisory Committee, the Australian Library and Information Association. 
中文简介
杜佳,澳大利亚南澳大学STEM学部副教授、博士生导师、学术委员会委员、信息与创新实验室主任。澳大利亚国家研究院杰出青年基金项目获得者 (ARC DECRA), 英国牛津大学访问学者。现任澳大利亚图书馆与信息学会ALIA理事和研究指导委员会共同主席, 国际信息科学与技术学会ASIS&T理事会理事,曾任 ASIS&T亚太分会主席。担任国际学术期刊 Information Processing & Management, Aslib Journal of Information Management, Online Information Review等编委,期刊 IP&M 和 JASIST 客座主编,JASIST年度最佳论文评审委员会成员。入选2017年南澳州总督未来领袖培训项目 (GLF),2018年被授予南澳州女性创新大奖 (Winnovation 数据与数学类),2019年获得南澳科学大奖 (Young Tall Poppy),2020年被the Australian评为澳大利亚图情领域领军人才。于2010年在澳大利亚昆士兰科技大学 (QUT) 获得信息科学博士学位,之前在南京大学信息管理学院获得学士和硕士学位。研究兴趣包括新兴技术与社会创新,交互式网络搜索,用户信息行为等,在一系列国际期刊和会议上发表逾110篇学术论文,其研究获得了来自澳大利亚国家研究院(ARC) 和产业界的经费资助逾100万澳币,培养指导了17名博士生。