My current work focuses on the implementation of Scholars@TAMU, its integration with other TAMU web-based systems, and research metadata curation/management. I also have interests in data visualizations, identifiers, researcher identity/disambiguation, and impact metrics.
- M.S. in Statistics, Texas A&M University - (College Station, Texas, United States) 2007
- B.S. in Mathematics, minor in Statistics, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley - (Edinburg, Texas, United States) 2005
- Lee, D. J., Mutya, K., Herbert, B. E., & Mejia, E. V. (2019). Exploring Scholarly Impact Metrics in Receipt of Highly Prestigious Awards. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, iConference 2019. 11420, 147-153.
Repository Documents / Preprints6
- Mejia, E., Lee, D. J., Hahn, D., & Herbert, B. (2021). Scholars@TAMU: A Continuously Evolving Ecosystem Based on Campus Needs for Interdisciplinary Research and Academic Reputation.
- Herbert, B., Lee, D. J., & Mejia, E. (2020). Research Intelligence and the VIVO Platform: A Case Study from Texas A&M University and a Proposal for the VIVO Community.
- Welling, W. S., Lee, D. J., Hahn, D., Savell, J., Day, K. A., Mejia, E., & Herbert, B. E. (2019). Scholars@TAMU Texas A&M University Libraries.
- Herbert, B. E., Lee, D. J., Hahn, D., & Mejia, E. (2019). Using Campus Needs Involving Tenure & Promotion, Interdisciplinary Collaborations, and Institutional Research to Drive the Evolution of VIVO at Texas A&M University.
- Lee, D. J., Herbert, B., Mejia, E., Hahn, D., & Bolton, M. (2018). Characterizing College-level Research Strengths Using Data from a Research Information Management System.