CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow
Fernando Rios currently investigate issues around archiving software and code to support research reproducibility and reuse. He has been active in software development in academia and in industry. His recent interests include research on software preservation, managing scholarly research, scientific communication, and advocacy for reproducible computing. He received a Ph.D. in Geography from the University at Buffalo, SUNY , BS and MS in computational science from the University of Waterloo and Florida State University respectively.