Terveen's research areas are social computing, human-computer interaction, and intelligent systems. He focuses on issues including detecting and addressing bias in intelligent systems, methods for doing ethical research with online communities, and integrating intelligent systems into peer production systems like Wikipedia. He has expertise in user interface design in a variety of contexts including graphical user interfaces, mobile and location-aware systems, and web search and information management.
GroupsLens Research Lab
Dan Cosley (2005; co-advised with John Riedl); Pamela Ludford (2007; co-advised with Joe Konstan); Reid Priedhorksy (2010); Mikhil Masli (2013); Aaron Halfaker (2013; co-advised with John Riedl); Katie Panciera (2014); Fernando Torre (2014); Shuo (Steven) Chang (2016); Tien Nguyen (2016; co-advised with Joe Konstan); Morten Warncke-Wang (2016; co-advised with Brent Hecht); Andrew Sheppard (2017); Jacob Thebault-Spieker (2017; co-advised with Brent Hecht); Hannah Miller Hillberg (2018; co-advised with Brent Hecht); Vikas Kumar (2018; co-advised with Joe Konstan); Andrew Hall (2019); Bowen Yu (2019; co-advised with Haiyi Zhu); Estelle Smith (2020); Zach Levonian (2022; co-advised with Lana Yarosh).