Below you can find a selection of my publications from the last few years. For a complete list, please see my profile on Google Scholar or DBLP.

  • Koesten, L., Simperl, E., Blount, T., Kacprzak, E. and Tennison, J., 2020. Everything you always wanted to know about a dataset: studies in data summarisation. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies135, p.102367.
  • Reeves, N.T. and Simperl, E., 2019. Efficient, but Effective? Volunteer Engagement in Short-term Virtual Citizen Science Projects. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction3(CSCW), pp.1-35.
  • Ibáñez LD., Millard I., Glaser H., Simperl E. (2019) An Assessment of Adoption and Quality of Linked Data in European Open Government Data. In: Ghidini C. et al. (eds) The Semantic Web – ISWC 2019. ISWC 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11779. Springer, Cham
  • Chapman, A., Simperl, E., Koesten, L., Konstantinidis, G., Ibáñez, L.D., Kacprzak, E. and Groth, P., 2019. Dataset search: a survey. The VLDB Journal, pp.1-22.
  • Bu, Q., Simperl, E., Chapman, A. and Maddalena, E., 2019. Quality assessment in crowdsourced classification tasks. International Journal of Crowd Science.
  • Koesten, L., Kacprzak, E., Tennison, J. and Simperl, E., 2019, May. Collaborative Practices with Structured Data: Do Tools Support What Users Need?. In Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 1-14).
  • Kacprzak, E., Koesten, L., Ibáñez, L.D., Blount, T., Tennison, J. and Simperl, E., 2019. Characterising dataset search—An analysis of search logs and data requests. Journal of Web Semantics55, pp.37-55.
  • Piscopo, A. and Simperl, E., 2018. Who Models the World?: Collaborative Ontology Creation and User Roles in Wikidata. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction2(CSCW), p.141.
  • Koesten, L., Simperl, E., Kacprzak, E., Blount, T. and Tennison, J., 2018. Everything you always wanted to know about a dataset: studies in data summarisation. arXiv preprint arXiv:1810.12423.
  • Inel, O., Haralabopoulos, G., Li, D., Van Gysel, C., Szlávik, Z., Simperl, E., Kanoulas, E. and Aroyo, L., 2018, October. Studying topical relevance with evidence-based crowdsourcing. In Proceedings of the 27th ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (pp. 1253-1262). ACM.
  • Vougiouklis, P., Elsahar, H., Kaffee, L.A., Gravier, C., Laforest, F., Hare, J. and Simperl, E., 2018. Neural wikipedian: Generating textual summaries from knowledge base triples. Journal of Web Semantics52, pp.1-15.
  • Simperl, E.Reeves, N.Phethean, C.Lynes, T. and Tinati, R., 2018 Is virtual citizen science a game? ACM Transactions on Social Computing1 (2)(doi:10.1145/3209960).
  • Kaffee, L.A., Elsahar, H., Vougiouklis, P., Gravier, C., Laforest, F., Hare, J. and Simperl, E., 2018, June. Mind the (Language) Gap: Generation of Multilingual Wikipedia Summaries from Wikidata for ArticlePlaceholders. In European Semantic Web Conference (pp. 319-334). Springer, Cham.
  • Reeves, N., West, P. and Simperl, E., 2018, March. ” A game without competition is hardly a game”: The impact of competitions on player activity in a human computation game. AAAI.
  • Bu, Q., Simperl, E., Zerr, S. and Li, Y., 2018. Using microtasks to crowdsource DBpedia entity classification: A study in workflow design. Semantic Web9(3), pp.337-354.