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Archive of Wikimedia Research Fund

Fiscal year 2022-23


Reviewers for FY 2022-23

  • Pablo Aragon (Wikimedia Foundation)
  • Akhil Arora (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)
  • Phoebe Ayers (MIT Libraries)
  • Lionel Brossi (Artificial Intelligence and Society Hub at University of Chile [IASIC])
  • Ana Castillo (University of Chile)
  • Giovanni Colavizza (University of Amsterdam)
  • Djellel Difallah (NYU)
  • Rosta Farzan (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Martin Gerlach (Wikimedia Foundation)
  • Sohyeon Hwang (Northwestern University)
  • Steve Jankowski (University of Amsterdam)
  • Dariusz Jemielniak (Kozminski University)
  • Isaac Johnson (Northwestern University)
  • Jonathan Morgan (Wikimedia Foundation)
  • Sneha Narayan (Carleton College)
  • Miriam Redi (Wikimedia Foundation)
  • Sage Ross (Wiki Education)
  • Nicole Schwitter (University of Warwick)
  • Aaron Shaw (Northwestern University)
  • Elena Simperl (King's College London)
  • Diego Sáez Trumper (Wikimedia Foundation)
  • Nathan Teblunthuis (Northwestern University)
  • Katherine Thornton (Yale University)
  • Carla Toro (Universidad de Chile)
  • Francesca Tripodi (UNC-Chapel Hill)
  • Houcemeddine Turki (Faculty of Medicine of Sfax, University of Sfax, Sfax, Tunisia)
  • Linda Wang (Cornell University)
  • Jisung Yoon (Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University)
  • Kai Zhu (Boston University)

Funded proposals in 2022-23


Application process


The application on EasyChair asks for the following information:

  • The name, email address, and Wikimedia username (if applicable) of all applicants.
  • Names/usernames, roles (with regards to this proposal), institutional affiliations, countries of residence for all other personnel included in the project, including volunteers and advisors. (Optional)
  • Proposal title.
  • Description of the proposed project, including aims and approach (maximum 2500 characters).
  • Approximate amount requested in U.S. dollars.
  • Budget description (maximum 500 characters).
  • Impact and relevance of the work to Wikimedia projects, including the degree to which the research will address the 2030 Wikimedia Strategic Direction and / or support the work of Wikimedia user groups, affiliates, and developer communities (maximum 750 characters).
  • Plans for dissemination (maximum 500 characters).
  • Prior contributions to related academic and / or research projects and / or the Wikimedia and free culture communities. If none, then an explanation of planned contributions (maximum 750 characters).
Not Funded Submissions

Not funded submissions

Fiscal year 2021-22


Reviewers for FY 2021-22

  • Phoebe Ayers (MIT)
  • Pablo Aragon (The Wikimedia Foundation)
  • Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia (University of South Florida)
  • Giovanni Colavizza (University of Amsterdam)
  • Rosta Farzan (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Heather Ford (University of Technology Sydney)
  • Martin Gerlach (The Wikimedia Foundation)
  • Dariusz Jemielniak (Kozminski University)
  • Isaac Johnson (The Wikimedia Foundation)
  • Piotr Konieczny (Hanyang University)
  • Jonathan T. Morgan (CrowdStrike)
  • Sneha Narayan (Carleton College)
  • Miriam Redi (The Wikimedia Foundation)
  • Diego Sáez Trumper (The Wikimedia Foundation)
  • Nathan TeBlunthuis (University of Washington)
  • Francesca Bolla Tripodi (University of North Carolina)
  • Denny Vrandecic (The Wikimedia Foundation)

Funded proposals in 2021-22


Other proposals from FY 2021-22

Not funded proposals in 2021-22