- Research Lecturer, Oxford e-Research Centre, Engineering Science, University of Oxford
- Junior Research Fellow & College Adviser, Kellogg College, University of Oxford
- Software Sustainability Institute Fellow
- Editor of the W3C DCAT Vocabulary Revision and W3C Dataset eXchange Working Group member
- Co-Chair of the Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC19) Research of Research: Semantic Representation, Analysis, and Visualization track
- Instructor & Instructor Trainer, The Carpentries (Software Carpentry & Data Carpentry)
Nowadays, all areas of science are dealing with unprecedented amounts of data, overwhelming our ability to organise, find, analyse, and store it. Models, methods, and software tools for data science and innovative scholarly communication are an absolute necessity for current research, and it is precisely this set of tools that I work on developing, with the aim of enabling reproducibility and aggregation of research results.
Before joining the University of Oxford, I was involved with the Computational and Systems Medicine project and the Department of Computer Science at University College London, collaborating, among others, with the National Cancer Research Institute.
Before that, I completed a PhD in Computer Science at Queen’s University Belfast, UK, and a Licentiateship, which would be equivalent to an MSc, in Computer Science at Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina. During my undergraduate studies, I worked on e-government and did a year in industry as a Software Engineer in Portugal.