My main areas of interest are:
In 2003 I was one of the co-authors for the successful bid for Australian Commonwealth Government funding by the ARROW (Australian Research Repositories Online to the World) project. I was the ARROW Technical Architect.
This was my major research focus from the mid-90's to the early 00's. Many of my early conference papers, as well as my doctoral thesis deal with this area. My interest in this area has now morphed into the relationship between publications
and associated scholarly outputs, with a particular emphasis on data.
My publications are available here, grouped into categories. Alternatively, use the navigation bar below to jump directly to particular sections of the publications list.
The most cited publication to date has been one explaining the Data Curation Continuum. Anyone who wants to re-use the diagram in this publication can find a
CC-BY licenced version here.
I also have a list of publications documenting imaginary research that has not (and probably should not!) be undertaken. These publications are added to on an adhoc basis, often under the influence of jetlag.
A page listing presentations given at various conferences is also available.