Product & Service Manager, Stanford University Libraries
I am a service manager in Digital Library Systems and Services, a department in Stanford Libraries. In my role, I manage both services and projects, and I also work as a product owner with software engineers, operations staff and designers for the digital library applications I help support. I am the service manager for: Stanford’s Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Submission Program, Stanford’s exhibit platform - called Spotlight, and the... Read More →
Web Science and Digital Libraries Research Group
John Berlin is a Computer Science Masters student at Old Dominion University and a member of the Web Science and Digital Libraries Research Group (WS-DL) under the supervision of Dr. Michele Weigle and Dr. Michael Nelson. His work with the group includes contributions to the web archiving tool Mink and is primary developer for WAIL
Digital Archivist, Stanford University Libraries
Peter Chan is Digital Archivist at Stanford University. He is also Program Manager for ePADD.
Consultant to Stanford Library and Office of Technology Licensing, Stanford University
Dr. Van Duyne, a PhD from Stanford in Computer-based Music Theory and Acoustics, co-founded a successful music and audio synthesis start-up. In addition to contributing to the Feigenbaum collection project, he consults at the Stanford Office of Technology Licensing, and is part of a team working on a new technology to analyze open data sources to track collaboration in research.
Head of Technical Services, Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries
The Head of Technical Services division in the Department of Special Collections & University Archives oversees the acquisition of incoming collections - we take in an average of 1,800 linear feet - or 2.5 million documents - a year. This means that I direct the accessioning, cataloging and processing of incoming material in any format - from papyrus fragments to artifacts and computer media. I plan and direct special large... Read More →
PROFESSOR EMERITUS, CS, Stanford University
Professor Feigenbaum retired from the Stanford Computer Science Department in 2000. His main activities since then have been the Feigenbaum Papers archive project with the Stanford Libraries; member of the Board of Trustees of the Computer History Museum; and consulting for the US Air Force and industry. Feigenbaum is an interdisciplinary computer scientist who pioneered Expert Systems and the knowledge-based approaches to artificial... Read More →
Professor of Practice in Computer Science, Ashoka University
I am a researcher in the areas of social computing and human-computer interaction, and a Professor of Practice in Computer Science at Ashoka University, where I also co-direct the Trivedi Center for Political Data. Formerly, I was the Associate Director for the Stanford Mobisocial Lab. My research explores novel applications for the digital life-logs that millions of consumers are collecting. These applications are demonstrated... Read More →
Suresh did MS (by Research) from IIT Madras, Chennai on Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) systems implementation in Indian Industry. He is working as CEO at iPublish Advanced Technology Solutions (iPublish ATS). A Solution Architect for Personal Lifecycle Management (PLM) systems â www.publishat.com (Android and iOS apps are available on app stores) and a job portal www.wikijobs.co.in. | | He is a Certified PMP from Project... Read More →
Lead developer of Webrecorder, Rhizome.org
Assistant University Archivist, Stanford University
Josh Schneider is Assistant University Archivist at Stanford University, and Community Manager for ePADD, an open-source software package that supports archival processes around the appraisal, processing, discovery, and delivery of email archives.
Digital Humanities Center Coordinator, Higher School of Economics
Nataliya is a computational linguist, graduated from the NRU HSE, Moscow, participant of research group on social network analysis of Russian drama, and active member and coordinator of the Digital Humanities Center at NRU HSE (hum.hse.ru/digital). Academic interests include literary social network analysis, genre studies, information extraction and markup practices. She is currently working as a computational linguist and a special projects... Read More →
Digital Services Librarian, California State University, Northridge
Mary Wahl is Digital Services Librarian at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) where she works with metadata, cataloging and streaming media projects. Her interests lie in taking best practices of digital collections management and communicating them in ways that can be applied to everyday life via personal digital archiving workshops around her local community. When not nitpicking over filenaming schemes, Mary enjoys writing... Read More →
Ziad WAKIM is the founder of Kumbu. After 15 years building enterprise information management systems, initially for libraries, then archives and enterprises, he founded Kumbu to provide individuals with tools to preserve, enjoy and share their personal digital archives, in a secure and private manner. He currently lives in Paris, France.