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Darren HardyCurriculum Vitae735 State Street, Suite 300University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara, CA 93101 [email protected]://www.nceas.ucsb.edu/~hardyBiographyDarren Hardy is a Sr. Analyst on the Ocean Health Index project at the National Center for Eco-logical Analysis and Synthesis. He earned his Ph.D. at the Bren School of Environmental Science &Management, University of California, Santa Barbara in 2010. His interdisciplinary Ph.D. thesis stud-ies the production and use of volunteered geographic information in Wikipedia. His research interestsinclude distributed systems, energy-aware computing, GIS modeling, technology & society, and user-generated content. He has 20 years of professional experience in roles for private software industry(1990–1993, 1995–2003), academic research (1991–1995, 2004–2010), and teaching (2007–2010).Education• Ph.D. in Environmental Science & Management (GIS), University of California, Santa Barbara. The-sis: Volunteered geographic information in Wikipedia. Prof. Frew (chair). 2010.• Master in Environmental Science & Management (Public Policy), University of California, SantaBarbara. Group Project: Collaborative monitoring of spiny lobster in the Channel Islands marineprotected areas. Profs. Frew & Lenihan (co-chairs). 2005.• M.S. in Computer Science, University of Colorado, Boulder. Thesis: Scalable resource discoveryamong diverse information. Prof. Schwartz (chair). 1993.• B.S. in Computer Science, University of Colorado, Boulder. 1991.Experience• Sr. Analyst, Ocean Health Index. National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, UCSB. BenHalpern (PI). 2010–present.• Graduate Research Assistant. Center for Spatial Studies, UCSB. Prof. Goodchild (PI). 2009–2010.• Graduate Teaching Assistant. Bren School, UCSB. ESM 263: GIS. 2007–2010.• Graduate Research Assistant. ICESS, UCSB. Prof. Frew (PI). 2005–2008.• Graduate Student Intern. CINMS and California DFG. Santa Barbara, CA. 2004–2005.1D. Hardy 2• Consultant. San Francisco, CA. 2002–2003.• Sr. Software Engineer. Napster, Inc., Redwood City, CA. 2001–2002.• Sr. Software Engineer. Affinia, Inc., Denver, CO. 1999–2000.• Sr. Software Engineer. Vignette Corp., Austin, TX. 1997–1999.• Member of Technical Staff, Lead. Netscape Comm. Corp., Mountain View, CA. 1995–1997.• Professional Research Assistant. Computer Science, CU Boulder. Prof. Schwartz (PI). 1993–1995.• Graduate Research Assistant. Computer Science, CU Boulder. Prof. Schwartz (PI). 1991–1993.• Systems Administrator. XOR Network Engineering, Boulder, CO. 1991–1993.• Systems Administrator. Computer Science, CU Boulder. 1990–1991.Journal Articles1. Hardy, D., and M. F. Schwartz. 1996. Customized information extraction as a basis for resourcediscovery. Transactions on Computer Systems 14(2):171–199.2. Bowman, C. M., P. Danzig, D. Hardy, U. Manber, and M. F. Schwartz. 1995. The Harvest informationdiscovery and access system. Computer Networks 28(1-2):119–125.Conference Presentations1. Hardy, D. 2010. Geospatial signatures of anonymous Wikipedia authorship. In Annual Meeting of theAssociation of American Geographers. 14–18 April, Washington, D.C.:AAG.2. Hardy, D. 2008. Discovering behavioral patterns in collective authorship of place-based information.In 9th International Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (IR9: Rethinking Commu-nity, Rethinking Place). 15–18 October. Copenhagen, Denmark: AOIR.3. Hardy, D., G. Janée, J. Gallagher, J. Frew, and P. Cornillon. 2006. Metadata in the wild: An empiricalsurvey of OPeNDAP-accessible metadata and its implications for discovery. In AGU Fall Meeting.11–15 December. San Francisco, CA: AGU.4. Guenther, C., D. Hardy, C. Miller, and H. Lenihan. 2006. Socio-economic monitoring of the ChannelIslands National Marine Sanctuary reserves and the local California spiny lobster fishery. In 20thSociety for Conservation Biology. 24–28 June. San Jose, CA: SCB.5. Abramson, S., C. Cairns, K. DeLeuw, S. Hamrin, and D. Hardy. 2005. Collaborative monitoring ofthe spiny lobster in the Channel Islands MPAs. In Fisheries and Marine Ecosystems (FAME) 2005Graduate Student Conference. April. Bainbridge Island, WA.6. Chhabra, B., D. Hardy, A. Hundhausen, D. Merkel, J. Noble, and M. F. Schwartz. 1994. Integratingcomplex data access methods into the Mosaic/WWW environment. In 2nd International World WideWeb Conference. 17–20 October. Chicago, IL: NCSA.7. Hardy, D., and M. F. Schwartz. 1993. Essense: A resource discovery system based on semantic fileindexing. In USENIX Winter Conference. January. San Diego, CA: USENIX.D. Hardy 38. Hardy, D., and H. M. Morreale. 1992. buzzerd: Automated systems monitoring with notification ina network environment. In 6th Systems Admin Conf (LISA VI). 19–23 October. Long Beach, CA:USENIX.9. Schwartz, M. F., D. Hardy, W. K. Heinzman, and G. C. Hirschowitz. 1991. Supporting resourcediscovery among public Internet archives using a spectrum of information quality. In 11th IEEEInternational Conference on Distributed Computing Systems. Arlington, TX: IEEE.Invited Talks, Posters, and Workshops• “Distance decay in anonymous Wikipedia authorship”. Center for Spatial Studies. Santa Barbara,CA. 23 February 2010.• “Collective authorship of place-based information”. 2nd PhD Student Symposium. Bren School.Santa Barbara, CA. 30 October 2009.• “Discovering behavioral patterns in collective authorship of geotagged Wikipedia” [Poster]. [email protected] Santa Barbara, CA. 2 June 2009.• Intl Symposium on GIScience, NCGIA. Santa Barbara, CA. 11–12 Dec 2008.• 6th Vespucci Summer Institute on Geographic Information Science. Fiesole, Italy. 17–20 June 2008.• “Bluesky,” with Colapinto, P. and R. Hoetzlein. Workshop on Social Computing, TransliteraciesProject. Santa Barbara, CA. 30 May 2008.• Workshop on Volunteered Geographic Information. NCGIA. Santa Barbara, CA. 13–14 Dec 2007.• “Metadata in the wild”. 3rd Interoperability Workshop on Automated Methods of Harvesting Dataand Metadata. Laboratory for Earth and Env. Science, SDSC. La Jolla, CA. 14–15 Nov 2006.• “Efficiency of Internet Indexing”. [Panel] 5th International World Wide Web Conference. IW3C2.Paris, France. 6–10 May 1996.• “The Harvest information discovery and access system”. NLUUG. Ede, Netherlands. 1995.• “Extensible networked information retrieval”. Workshop on Information Access


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