My humble attempt at practicing more open science

BilledeI have had a keen interest in reproducible research [1] since I started publishing my research back when I was a PhD student. I have lately been following the activities going on around open science and I think this is what we as scientists and researchers should be striving for. So, I decided I had better walk the talk and start a blog to show & tell a bit about what I am working on.

Let me introduce myself a bit: my name is Thomas Arildsen. I work at Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark, as an assistant professor at the Department of Electronic Systems. I am a signal processing engineer with a PhD (also from AAU) in the area of source coding – you can see more details on my LinkedIn Profile.

I currently do research applying compressed sensing in signal processing together with colleagues from our section Signal and Information Processing [2]; you can see some of the research I have been involved in here [3].

I will be blogging about my own research, others’ research in my area, as well as open science-related things I hear about here and there and find interesting.

[1] http://reproducibleresearch.net
[2] http://es.aau.dk/misp
[3] http://vbn.aau.dk/en/persons/thomas-arildsen%28334e2ddc-15ec-4123-82b7-de85132ae371%29/publications.html

(Image by Greg EmmerichCC BY-SA 3.0)

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