FORA.tv Speaker - Victoria Stodden
Victoria Stodden is an Assistant Professor of Statistics at Columbia University, and completed both her Ph.D. in statistics in 2006 and her MLS in 2007 at Stanford University. Her current research focuses on how pervasive and large-scale computation is changing our practice of the scientific method: especially regarding reproducibility of computational results and the role of legal framing for scientific advancement.
She has been a postdoctoral fellow at both Harvard and Yale Law Schools and MIT's Sloan School of Business, won the Kaltura Writing Competition in 2008, and co-chaired a working group on the National Science Foundation's Office of Cyber infrastructure's Task Force on Grand Challenge Communities (released Dec 2010). She is also a Science Commons fellow, and a nominated member of the Sigma Xi scientific research society.
10.22.11 | 00:36:12 min
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