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Sebastian Diaz is the Berkman Klein Center's Director of Technology. He guides the Berkman Klein Center's IT enterprise through a landscape of ever-changing technology and priorities. Sebastian manages the technology group, which consists of a Harvard renown development team, an infrastructure and workplace computing team, and a technical project management team.

Prior to Berkman Klein, he worked as the Team Lead for the Applied Production Systems Group at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, and at Williams College doing research and computer administration. He has also worked, collaborating in research, at University of New Orleans and Tulane University.

His interests include keeping a diverse team and enterprise running as best possible, while setting direction and participating in the research at the Berkman Klein Center.

Sebastian received his B.A. in Biology and French Literature from Williams College and is an autodidact in computer technology.

Projects & Tools

Internet Robustness

The Internet Robustness project is developing, testing, and piloting software and protocols to safeguard the promise of the URL: that information placed online can remain there.


H2O is a Web-based platform for creating, editing, organizing, consuming, and sharing course materials.


Oct 1, 2018 @ 12:00 PM

Software for the Social Good

with the BKC Geek Team & friends

VIDEO & PODCAST: Learn how the Berkman Klein Center's geek team builds the amazing tools that help us study the Internet and advance the public interest.