Daina Bouquin is the head librarian of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, MA. Her work aims to lower social and technical barriers that impact the astronomy community’s ability to create and share new knowledge. Her research interests focus primarily on how libraries can support open science, research software preservation, emerging computational methods, and the history of science. Daina is currently working toward an MS in data analytics at CUNY’s School of Professional Studies.
John DeBlase is lead developer for the CUNY Building Performance Lab, where he helps develop Python-based statistical modeling applications for city-wide energy management research. A developer, data scientist, and musician from Queens, NY, John’s personal research revolves around the development musical intelligence systems using natural language processing techniques with a focus on real-time human-computer interaction. John is interested in developing applications for data scientists that emphasize interactive data visualization, leveraging the best tools currently available in both Python and Node.js.
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