My work focuses on mathematical models, data analysis, and policy implications for algorithm design in social networks. I am particularly interested in studying the effect network structures on algorithmic bias through a graph theoretical lens.
I'm Romanian and graduated from Princeton in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and certificates in Computing and Applied Mathematics. Outside of academia I love skiing and modern art. See my CV or contact me for more info!
- A.-A. Stoica and A. Chaintreau. Fairness in the Social Influence Maximization Problem. 1st Workshop on Fairness, Accountability, Transparency, Ethics and Society on the Web (FATES on the Web, WWW'19).
- A.-A. Stoica and A. Chaintreau. Hegemony in Social Media and the effect of recommendations. 1st Workshop on Fairness, Accountability, Transparency, Ethics and Society on the Web (FATES on the Web, WWW'19).
- A.-A. Stoica, C. Riederer, A. Chaintreau. Algorithmic Glass Ceiling in Social Networks: The effects of social recommendations on network diversity. The Web Conference, WWW'18.
- A. A. Kattis, A. Holiday, A.-A. Stoica, I. G. Kevrekidis, Modeling epidemics on adaptively evolving networks: a data-mining perspective. Virulence 7, no.2 (2016): 153-162. [pdf]