Francisco Anguita

01 November 2018 - 8:00

Early Stage Researcher LONGPOP Project

Francisco Anguita is a researcher at the International Institute of Social History as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant awarded lad and a member of the European Union Horizon 2020 LONGPOP project since September 2016 under the supervision of Prof. Kees Mandemakers. His current activities at the Institute involve data linkage and analysis between large historical databases and population registers; the development, enhancement of the Intermediate Data Structure (IDS) and extraction software for longitudinal demographical analysis; and the documentation of historical databases. He is also part of the Historical Sample of The Netherlands dept. and of the European Historical Population Sample Network.

Francisco obtained his MSc in Research Methodology in Behavioral and Health Sciences in 2014, which allowed him develop numerous projects on data analysis and research design for teams of different Spanish universities (Autonomous and Complutense Universities of Madrid, Granada, Alcalá de Henares, UNED, etc.). With similar duties, he was also in charge of the Center for Applied Psychology at the Autonomous University of Madrid (2013), assisting scholars and researchers of the fields of Psychology, Education and Health Sciences on data analysis.  

He is a graduate in Social Anthropology and also in Physics.

IISH Staff | Francisco Anguita | Photo by Martin van Welzen