Data Curation Network

Srinivas Bangalore

Dr. Srinivas Bangalore is Vice President of AI Research at Interactions LLC, focused on the complete life cycle of  innovation -- research to product realization in Conversational AI technologies. He leads a team of experts in speech and natural language processing and has made significant impact to Interactions, through innovative…

Lori Bougher
Senior Research Specialist II

Lori Bougher joined DDSS from the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, where she was the data and statistical analyst. She previously held the positions of associate research scholar and postdoctoral research associate with the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics. At DDSS, she provides consultation and support in…

Nick Budak
Web Developer, Center for Digital Humanities

Nick enjoys imagining and implementing accessible, dynamic interfaces for digital humanities projects. He is a Certified Professional of Web Accessibility through the IAAP.

The Center for Digital Humanities

CDH is an interdisciplinary research center and academic unit within the Princeton University Library. It embraces an inclusive understanding of Digital Humanities that investigates the myriad ways digital methods and technologies are opening avenues for research into the human experience, past and present.

The Center for Information Technology Policy

The Center for Information Technology Policy is a nexus of expertise in technology, engineering, public policy, and the social sciences. In keeping with the strong University tradition of service, the Center’s research, teaching, and events address digital technologies as they interact with society.

The Center for Statistics and Machine Learning

CSML collaborates on research that combines insights from computation, machine learning, and statistics with specific application domains. It also supports innovations in the theoretic foundations of data science, including advanced algorithms for big-data problems, machine learning, optimization, and statistics.

Wind Cowles
Director, Princeton Research Data Service

The PRDS initiative was launched in May 2019 to provide the Princeton research community with the expert services and infrastructure needed to store, manage, retain, and curate digital research data, and to make digital research data available to the broader research community and to the public. Her research interests include the influence of…

Dawn Crossland Sumners
Focus Group Moderator

Dawn Crossland Sumners is an independent consultant with more than ten years of experience in public opinion research. She guides clients in all aspects of the research process, including design, implementation, and analysis. Dawn is a formally trained focus group moderator, having completed the intensive course at RIVA Inc., and specalizes in…

Princeton Data and Statistical Services

DSS provides data and statistical consulting. Experts are available to advise Princeton University students, faculty, and staff on choosing appropriate data, application of quantitative research methods, the interpretation of statistical analyses, data conversion, and data visualization. The service is located in Firestone Library.

Jia Deng
Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Director, Princeton Vision and Learning Lab

His research focus is on computer vision and machine learning, in particular, achieving human-level visual understanding by integrating perception, cognition, and learning.

Ameet Doshi
Head of Stokes Library

Ameet Doshi joined Princeton University Library as Head of the Donald E. Stokes Library in 2021. He holds an MPA from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington and an MLIS from the University of Tennessee. He is currently working on his PhD in Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology where his dissertation applies natural…

Kathryn Edin
Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Co-Director of the Bendheim-Thoman Center for Research on Child Wellbeing

Edin is co-PI of the American Voices Project. The project will interview 5,000 individuals across the country to understand their successes and struggles, their hopes and dreams, and their ideas for making our country work better.

Christiane Fellbaum
Lecturer with Rank of Professor, Program in Linguistics and Computer Science

Christiane Fellbaum is a senior research scholar in the Computer Science Department. A native of Brunswick, Germany, she received her Ph.D. in linguistics from Princeton in 1980 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Paris. After several teaching and research positions, she returned to Princeton to work as a research…

Ed Freeland
Executive Director, Data Driven Social Science Initiative

Edward Freeland is the executive director of the Data Driven Social Science (DDSS) initiative at Princeton University. In this role, he leads a team of researchers and software engineers working on computationally intensive studies that use innovative analytic techniques and novel sources of data. From 1998 until 2021, Dr. Freeland served…

Axel Haenssen
Departmental Computing Systems Analyst

Axel oversees the work with Citadel and the security of NJFS video data within Princeton Research Computing.

Curtis H. Hillegas
Associate CIO, Research Computing & PICSciE

Curtis has assisted Princeton's Fragile Families Project, which is restricted-access but all text data. He is eager to become involved with the NJFS because of the new challenges that working with audio and video data bring.

Jeffrey Himpele
Director, VizE Lab for Ethnographic Data Visualization; Lecturer in Anthropology

Jeffrey's interests include visual anthropology and documentary filmmaking; media, sound and data visualization; capitalism and commodification; indigenous media and politics; Bolivia and the Andes.

David Hopkins
Senior Manager, Video Production Support, Office of Information Technology

David and his team produce video projects that range from single camera interviews to multi-camera live productions. His team was responsible for installing the video recording equipment in participants' homes for the NJFS data collection.

Steve Huston
Infrastructure Operations Analyst/Manager, Astrophysical Sciences

Steve works alongside Curt Hillegas to support Princeton's Research Computing.

Jennifer Jennings
Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Director of the Education Research Section

Jennifer's research interests include educational and health inequality; race, gender, and class disparities; and organizational accountability systems.

Ben Johnston
Senior Educational Technologist, Education and Classroom Technologies, McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning

Ben works with faculty and students across the University to facilitate the integration of digital platforms and implementation of technology tools into coursework.

Dean Knox
Assistant Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions, Wharton, University of Pennsylvania

Dean Knox is a computational social scientist developing new methods for the study of complex and high-dimensional data. His research includes policing, speech analysis, ethnic politics, and political communication. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Science, the Journal of the American Statistical Association

John B. Londregan
Professor of Politics and International Affairs

Londregan is a specialist in the development and application of statistical methods in political science, especially text as data.

Nolan McCarty
Susan Dod Brown Professor of Politics and Public Affairs

Nolan McCarty is the faculty director of the new Data-Driven Social Science Initiative. Nolan will lead and guide our efforts to test out ideas and explore strategies for encouraging and supporting the use of the data (including "bid data") in academic research in the social sciences at Princeton.

Jonathan Mummolo
Assistant Professor of Politics and Public Affairs

Jonathan is an Assistant Professor of Politics and Public Affairs and Arthur H. Scribner Bicentennial Preceptor at Princeton University. He studies bureaucratic politics and political behavior, and devotes particular focus to law enforcement agencies and police-civilian interactions. Jonathan's work explores several facets of…

Karthik Narasimhan
Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Karthik's research spans the areas of natural language processing and reinforcement learning. He is especially interested in developing autonomous systems that can acquire language understanding through interaction with their environment.

Steve Niedzwiecki
Associate Chief Information Security Officer, Information Security Office, Office of Information Technology
Peter Ramadge
Gordon Wu Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning

Peter's research interests are in the areas of signal processing and machine learning. He works on a variety of fundamental problems (including boosting, adaptive signal processing, and learning from data) and in a variety of application domains (including fMRI analysis and video analysis, annotation, and search).

Olga Russakovsky
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science

Olga's primary research area is computer vision, closely integrated with machine learning; human-computer interaction and fairness; accountability and transparency.

Matt Salganik
Professor of Sociology and Director, Center for Information Technology Policy

Matt's research interests include social networks and computational social science. He is the author of Bit by Bit: Social Research in the Digital Age.

David Sherry
Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Information Technology
Brandon Stewart
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology

Brandon's research interests include computational social science; computer-assisted text analysis; Bayesian statistics. He is also affiliated with the Politics Department, the Office of Population Research, the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering, and the Center for the Digital Humanities.

William Wichser
Director, Advanced Systems and Data Storage, Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering