Alina Lungeanu

Research Assistant Professor, School of Communication

Office: Frances Searle Building, 1-459A


Education: Ph.D. in Technology and Social Behavior – Northwestern University

Research interests: Social networks, computational social science, scientific collaboration


Lungeanu, A., Carter D.R., DeChurch, L.A., & Contractor, N.S. (2018). How team interlock ecosystems shape the assembly of scientific teams: A hypergraph approach. Communication Methods and Measures.

Norton, W., Lungeanu, A., Chambers, D., & Contractor, N.S. (2017). Mapping the growing discipline of dissemination and implementation science in health. Scientometrics, 112(3), 1367-1390.

Graif, C., Lungeanu, A., & Yetter, A. (2017). Neighborhood isolation in Chicago: Violent crime effects on structural isolation and homophily in inter-neighborhood commuting networks, 2002-2013. Social Networks, 51(C), 40-59.

Lungeanu, A. & Contractor, N. S. (2015). The effects of diversity and network ties on innovations: The emergence of a new scientific field. American Behavioral Scientist, 59(5), 548-564.

Lungeanu, A., Sullivan, S., Wilensky. U, & Contractor, N.S. (2015). A computational model of team assembly in emerging scientific fields. Proceedings of the 2015 Winter Simulation Conference, Huntington Beach, Edited by CA. L. Yilmaz, W. K. V. Chan, I. Moon, T. M. K. Roeder, C. M. Macal & M. D. Rossetti (Eds.).

Sullivan, S., Lungeanu, A., DeChurch, L.A., & Contractor, N.S. (2015). Space, time, and the development of shared leadership networks in multiteam systems. Network Science, 3(S01), 124-155.

Lungeanu, A., Huang, Y., & Contractor, N. S. (2014). Understanding the assembly of interdisciplinary teams and its impact on performance. Journal of Informetrics, 8(1), 59-70.