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Christopher Erdmann

  • Chief Strategist for Research Collaboration
  • North Carolina State University
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Research interests

Digital Libraries Bibliometrics Astroinformatics Data Visualization Data Curation Data Archives Semantic Web Interactive Technologies Library Space Design

Co-authors (7)

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Publications

Are your spectroscopic data being used?

  • Iouli E. Gordon, Megan R. Potterbusch, Daina Bouquin, Christopher C. Erdmann, Jonas S. Wilzewski L
Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy (2016)
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Persistent, Global Identity for Scientists via ORCID

  • Evrard A
  • Erdmann C
  • Holmquist J
  • Damon J
  • Dietrich D
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Data Scientist Training for Librarians

  • Erdmann C
LISA VII: Open Science: At the Frontiers of Librarianship (492) (2014)
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Teaching Librarians to be Data Scientists

  • Erdmann C
Information Outlook (2014)
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The Data-driven Library of the Future

  • Erdmann C
Inside Higher Ed (2014)
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Professional experience

Chief Strategist for Research Collaboration

North Carolina State University

September 2016 - Present

Head Librarian

Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

June 2010 - July 2016 (6 years)

Librarian

European Southern Observatory (ESO)

October 2006 - May 2010 (4 years)

Education history

University of Washington Information School

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