All Publications

  • Opinion Change or Differential Turnout: Austin’s Budget Feedback Exercise and the Police Department EAAMO '22: Equity and Access in Algorithms, Mechanisms, and Optimization Gelauff, L. L., Goel, A. 2022

    View details for DOI 10.1145/3551624.3555295

  • Wiki Loves Monuments: crowdsourcing the collective image of the worldwide built heritage Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage Azizfard, N., Gelauff, L., Gransard-Desmond, J., Redi, M., Schifanella, R. 2022

    View details for DOI 10.1145/3569092

  • Robust Allocations with Diversity Constraints Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS) Shen, Z., Gelauff, L., Goel, A., Munagala, K. 2021
  • Who Is in Your Top Three? Optimizing Learning in Elections with Many Candidates AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing (HCOMP) Garg, N., Gelauff, L., Sakshuwong, S., Goel, A. 2019: 22–31
  • Schrijven voor Wikipedia Gelauff, L. L. van Duuren Media. 2018
  • Comparing voting methods for budget decisions on the ASSU ballot Gelauff, L. L., Sakshuwong, S., Garg, N., Goel, A. Stanford University. Stanford, CA. 2018


    During the 2018 Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU; Stanford’s student body) election and annual grants process, the Stanford Crowdsourced Democracy Team (SCDT) ran a research ballot and survey to develop insights into voting behavior on the budget component of the ballot (annual grants) where multiple grant requests (hereafter: ‘projects’) are considered. We provided voters with additional voting methods for the budget component, collected further insights through a survey and demonstrated the viability of the proposed workflow.

  • International comparison of technology transfer data University Technology Transfer Zwetsloot, F. J., Gelauff, L. L., Tijssen, R. J. Routledge. 2016: 428–435
  • A molecular cage of nickel(II) and copper(I): a [{Ni(L)(2)}(2)(CuI)(6)] cluster resembling the active site of nickel-containing enzymes CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS Angamuthu, R., Gelauff, L. L., Siegler, M. A., Spek, A. L., Bouwman, E. 2009: 2700–2702


    A new mononuclear low-spin nickel(II) dithiolato complex, [NiL(2)] (1), reacts with copper iodide to form the hetero-octanuclear cluster [{Ni(L)(2)}(2)(CuI)(6)] (2) with four trigonal-planar CuI(2)S and two tetrahedral CuI(2)S(2) sites; anagostic interactions between the nickel(II) ions and aromatic protons have been demonstrated by variable-temperature NMR studies to pertain in solution.

    View details for DOI 10.1039/b900423h

    View details for Web of Science ID 000265890600024

    View details for PubMedID 19532926