My name is Daniel Lombraña González, and I am a consultant that turns your data into accessible and useful information with the power of the crowd.
I design open systems while considering the limitations imposed by practicality, security, and cost. Since 2011, I have worked with international institutions like CERN, British Museum, British Library, Cancer Research UK, United Nations, allowing them to transform "obscure or forgotten data" into useful information that can be used within the institution.
I develop crowdsourcing technologies that will save you time and money, especially when you or your institution own tons of raw data, and you know that it can become something precious. You may not know what to do with that data exactly, or you just don’t know how to do it. Either way, I'm here for you.
My work has helped on assisting in the aftermath of humanitarian disasters (like Typhoon Pablo in the Philippines) geolocalizing social network datasets in real time. I have supported studying cancer, analyzed oil contracts between governments and major companies, recovered a massive set of archaeological findings of the Bronze Age or revealed political misdemeanors in Australia.
If you are interested in working with me, please, book a day so we can meet online.
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.