20 Questions with Shuyuan Ho

20 Questions with Shuyuan Mary Ho What was your first job? I was an English instructor in Taiwan. Go figure! If you were to write a personal memoir, what would you name it?  “The road less traveled” Where did you grow up?  A very small town with a very big lake in Taiwan What is[…] »

FSU Professor Designs Systems to Detect Online Dishonesty

We’ve all received an email that makes us pause and wonder, “…is this real or spam?” iSchool assistant professor Shuyuan Ho has started to crack the code behind online deception. Inspired by Alan Turing, the mathematician whose Enigma machine broke German ciphers in the World War II, Dr. Ho set out to create an algorithm[…] »

iSchool’s Dr. Shuyuan Mary Ho awarded FC² Collaborative Seed Grant

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Earlier this year Dr. Shuyuan Mary Ho was awarded the NSF I-CORPS grant to investigate the feasibility of communication analysis software and human language analysis in various market segments, and now she has received yet another grant. Dr. Ho has been awarded the Florida Center for Cybersecurity (FC²) Collaborative Seed Grant. FC² is poised to[…] »

SLIS professor awarded NSF grant investigating secure and trustworthy cyberspace

Dr. Shuyuan Ho, Assistant Professor at the School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS), Florida’s iSchool, has been awarded a two year grant for $200,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant team will be led by Dr. Ho (Principal Investigator) and includes Dr. Xiuwen Liu (Co-Principal Investigator) and Dr. Mike Burmester (Co-Principal Investigator),[…] »

Dr. Shuyuan Mary Ho (2013 FYAP Grant Winner)- Research Project Information

Title: “Identity Deception and Detection in Computer-Mediated Communications” Abstract: Dr. Shuyuan Mary Ho’s proposed research is a continuation of her previous research on trustworthiness attribution in virtual organizations.  Her current work, based on the social psychology theory of attribution, has uncovered the important finding that information behavior can be used to identify scenarios where members[…] »