About Matt

Who Am I? I am a researcher in the field of Computer Supported Cooperative Work. My research is focused on the design of sociotechnical systems for data sharing and distributed collaborative knowledge work.
Current Position: Assistant Project Scientist
Department of Informatics
Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences
University of California, Irvine
Affiliations: EVoKE Lab, Hana Lab, CRADL Lab
Research & Teaching Areas:
  • Distributed collaborative work
  • Design of large-scale information infrastructures for science and engineering
  • Privacy and ethics of information systems
  • Big data and data sharing
Interactivity and Electronic Communication: An Experimental Study of Mediated Feedback (View)
2008 Ph.D., Information University of Michigan
2000 M.S., Information University of Michigan
1997 M.A., Historical Musicology SUNY Stony Brook
1995 B.A., English Lawrence University
1995 B.Mus., ‘Cello Performance Lawrence University
Recent Publications:
  • The work of developing cyberinfrastructure middleware projects. (2013) With D. Paine & C.P. Lee. CSCW 2013
  • Adapting cyberinfrastructure to new science: Tensions and strategies. (2013) With C.P. Lee. iConference 2012
  • more…
PDF Curriculum Vitae
PDF Research Statement
PDF Teaching Statement
  • UCI: mbietz at uci dot edu (pgp)
  • UW: mbietz at uw dot edu (pgp)
  • Personal: matt at matthewbietz dot org (pgp)
Where to find me: I work out of a number of spaces, including: