Data-gathering communities: OpenStreetMap, DIY sensor networks, hackers and makers, and more.
Astrofísico, trabajo en galaxias lejanas, interés en contaminación lumínica y divulgación bio from Twitter
Professor of Computer Science at the University of Southampton
Community manager @criparis citizen cyber lab projects
Postdoctoral researcher at University of Bologna (Computer Science Department) bio from LinkedIn
Epidemiologist at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, runner, red sox fan and closet geek. All views are my own bio from Twitter
Idea machine. Creative Director @healthsterling. Founder, @TEDx Global Music Project bio from Twitter
Director - Maremma Natural History Museum (Tuscany, Italy)
Psychology, games and more... bio from LinkedIn
Community Manager for CODER project at Aarhus University bio from LinkedIn
Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at UCL
Kommunikatör på ArtDatabanken. Twittrar privat men med särskilt intresse för miljö- och naturvårdsfrågor. bio from Twitter
Science geek, film nerd and swing dancer. Research & Comms Officer at AMRC. Tweeting my views, not theirs. bio from Twitter
Honorary CERN staff and CTO of Citizen Cyberscience Centre, Geneva
The Open Access Publisher bio from Twitter
Co-Founder and CTO at The Mobile Collective bio from LinkedIn
Bioinformatics PhD student @QMUL and Node.JS Web Developer. Working on @bionode and @dat_project. Worked for @gklst, @eseb2013 and @cobig2. Lived in PT and CH.
Postdoc Research Fellow at UC bio from LinkedIn
Biologist & blogger using, designing, studying, & writing book about Citizen Science (Overlook Press) | Senior fellow http://elpnet.org bio from Twitter
Extreme Citizen Science for indigenous peoples in Brazil
"Carolina Comandulli is a PhD student from the Anthropology Department at University College London (UCL) and a member of the Extreme Citizen Science (ExCiteS) research group. She is going to start her research in the Brazilian Amazon, looking at how digital technology can help indigenous peoples to communicate their needs and their perceptions on the environment in order to improve their livelihoods in the forest. She spent the last four years working for the National Foundation for Indigenous Affairs (FUNAI), which is the Brazilian governmental agency in charge of protecting and promoting indigenous peoples rights. There she occupied different positions, such as at the Indigenous Land Monitoring Department and at the Sustainable Development Directorship. She also holds an MSc in Anthropology and Ecology of Development from UCL, which resulted from an analysis of people-park conflicts in Brazil.
Discover the sound around you bio from Twitter
Director, Mapping for Change; Director, Community Environment Associates