Hi there! Nice to e-meet you!
My name is Daniel Lombraña González and I am an computer engineer.
I design open systems while considering the limitations imposed by practicality, security and cost. Over the last 6 years I've been developing easy-to-use technologies to collect, analyse and enrich (your) data with the crowd.
I'm dad, husband, geek, computer engineer, crowdsourcing expert, citizen science researcher, comics reader, pilates practitioner, runner, CEO and Founder at Scifabric.
Since 2011 I've been the project lead and main developer of PYBOSSA, the core technology of Scifabric services.
Thanks to this technology I have worked with international institutions providing assistance in the aftermath of humanitarian disasters (like Typhoon Pablo in the Philippines), helping to stop Malaria from spreading in Africa, studying cancer, analyzed oil contracts between governments and major companies, recovered a huge set of archaeological findings of the Bronze Age or revealed political misdemeanors in Australia.
I'm a computer engineer by training and I have a PhD on Parallel Genetic Programming on Volunteer Desktop Grids.
I'm the Founder and CEO of Scifabric.
I'm an alumni of the Shuttleworth Foundation .
Additionally, I'm working for the Citizen Cyberlab as a Senior Researcher and Developer.