Researchers

Chloé Bakalar

bakalar@princeton.edu
304 Sherrerd Hall

Chloé is a senior research specialist with CITP. She was a 2015-2017 Values and Public Policy Postdoctoral Research Associate with an appointment in the Woodrow Wilson School/Center for the Study of Democratic Politics and the University Center for Human Values. Bakalar is a political and legal theorist with an empirical background in American politics. Her research focuses on questions of democratic theory, the history of modern political thought and public law. She is currently working on a book manuscript, Small Talk? The Impact of Social Speech on Liberal Democratic Citizenship, that considers and maps the positive and negative effects of everyday talk on liberal democratic citizenship and political outcomes. Bakalar holds an A.M. and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor’s degree in politics from New York University.


Guilherme Martins

gmartins@princeton.edu
316 Sherrerd Hall

Guilherme Martins is a Research Software Engineer bringing several years of experience from industrial software development to CITP/Princeton. Versed in networking programming, application protocols and security, he digs deep into existing research projects and make fundamental contributions to ensure the research community can make the most of the data and resources. With an inventive mind, he also likes to bring new concepts to life by exploring new visualizations, Big Data and DevOps techniques. He’s currently managing data for projects such as the MySpeedTest, Interconnection Measurement Project, Encore, BISmark and also working on his own network telemetry software.