I’m Harvard University's Research Data Officer, with the Office of Vice Provost for Research, and the Chief Data Science and Technology Officer at Harvard's Institute for Quantitative Social Science. My career journey has included research in astrophysics, design of software for astronomical observations, development of learning and data management systems for education and biotechnologies, and now creating applications and systems for research data sharing and analysis, applied to all research fields.
What am I currently interested in? Open science to facilitate access and reuse of research data and code while preserving privacy, build software to enhance the quality and productivity of scientific outcomes, improve research data management, and establish multidisciplinary collaborations with the aid of technology and a human touch.
Tweets from @mercecrosas
- Really neat #dataviz video showing the history of the top countries ranked by GDP per capita over the past 200 years. I highly recommend watching the full video at the link below. Source / full video: t.co/z9jBZnwDGG t.co/YhcBtvbPsJ
- Join us to this Thursday's talk on: "Introducing the Internet Connectivity Statistics Dataverse: A High-Precision Dataset of Internet Connections for Scientific Research" with Suso Baleato t.co/13H6mPsYZl @RCCHarvardAlumn @IQSS @dataverseorg
- Qualitative data sharing and re-use for socio-environmental systems research: A synthesis of opportunities, challenges, resources and approaches
- Data policies of highly-ranked social science journals
- Sharing and Preserving Computational Analyses for Posterity with Encapsulator.
- If These Data Could Talk