"Human problems won't be solved by root mean square error"

Drew Conway, Strata Conference (Santa Clara, CA). Feb. 2014.

Open Data Factories

This NSF-funded project proposes the creation of a virtual institute to build and foster and international interdisciplinary community of scholars and stakeholders who can work together to increase the coherence of scientific and public knowledge across disciplines that study Open Online Communities, making these communities more productive and effective.


My main research field is Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing. My principal line of work is the study of Open Online Communities (OOC), driven by open collaboration (like Wikipedia, StackExchange or open source software projects). I usually apply a multidisciplinary perspective and follow quantitative or mixed-methods approaches.


Here you can find information about my current and past research projects.