I am a sociologist of science and technology, and have a broad interest in the science of science. This interest has led me to look at how social networks in science and technology fields operate—from large interfirm networks in for-profit sectors like biotechnology to smaller networks of collaboration on interdisciplinary scientific teams. One current NSF funded project (Women in Science Policy-WiSP) collects administrative data from the federal government that includes all federal employee records from 1994-2008, over 16 million records. I have also been involved in research projects and international workshops on gender equity, science policy, ethics, and the organization and governance of science and technology; as such I have a reflexive research interest in studying the development of computational science as a field (including its demographic composition, organization, etc.).