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Brian Ballsun-Stanton

  • Ph.D
  • Research Associate
  • Macquarie University
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Research interests

Human Computer InteractionDatabase DesignPhilosophy of DataPhilosophy of Information Technology

About

Brian Ballsun-Stanton (Ph.D. University of New South Wales, 2012) is currently a Research Associate at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Dr. Ballsun-Stanton's research interests include exploring how people interact with and understand the nature of data; and an investigation into the mechanics of ludic-narrative interactions in games. Dr. Ballsun-Stanton is the Technical Manager and Data Architect for the FAIMS Project, leading development of its offline-capable mobile data recording application and server.

Co-authors (4)

Publications (19)

Measure Twice, Cut Once: Cooperative Deployment of a Generalized, Archaeology-Specific Field Data Collection System

  • Sobotkova A
  • Ross S
  • Ballsun-Stanton B
Mobilizing the Past for a Digital Future: The Potential of Digital Archaeology (2016)
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A mobile app for geochemical field data acquisition

  • Reid N
  • Ballsun-Stanton B
  • White A
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Building the bazaar: Enhancing archaeological field recording through an open source approach

  • Ross S
  • Ballsun-Stanton B
  • Sobotkova A
Open Source Archaeology: Ethics and Practice (2015)
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Arbitrary Offline Data Capture on All of Your Androids: The FAIMS Mobile Platform

  • Sobotkova A
  • Ballsun-Stanton B
  • Ross S
CAA2013 Proceedings of the 41st Conference in Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (2013)
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Creating eresearch tools for archaeologists: The Federated Archaeological Information Management Systems project

  • Ross S
  • Sobotkova A
  • Ballsun-Stanton B
Australian Archaeology (2013)
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Professional experience

Research Associate

Macquarie University

January 2015 - Present

Data Architect

The University of New South Wales

June 2012 - January 2015(3 years)

Adjunct Professor

Rochester Institute of Technology

March 2012 - June 2012(3 months)

Ph.D Student

The University of New South Wales

February 2008 - April 2012(4 years)

Adjunct Professor

Rochester Institute of Technology

March 2007 - February 2008(a year)

Education history

Ph.D in the Philosophy of Data

The University of New South Wales

February 2008 - April 2012(4 years)

MS in Information Technology

Rochester Institute of Technology

September 2006 - February 2007(5 months)

BS in Information Technology (Highest Honors, RIT Scholar)

Rochester Institute of Technology

September 2001 - April 2005(4 years)