Ana Trisovic is a Research Scientist at the FutureTech Lab at MIT. Her research interests include measuring the economic impact of computing trends and technology, applications of graph neural networks in social sciences, high-dimensional research datasets and benchmarks, reproducibility and replicability of modern research methods. Ana obtained her Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Cambridge and CERN, where she contributed to the LHCb Experiment, CERN Open Data, and CERN Analysis Preservation initiatives. Before joining MIT, she held positions as a Research Associate at the Harvard School of Public Health, a Sloan Postdoctoral Scholar at the Institute of Quantitative Social Science, and a CLIR Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Chicago, where she collaborated with the Energy Policy Institute EPIC and the University Library. Her research findings appear in prominent journals such as Nature Physics, Nature Scientific Data, Environmental Health Perspectives, PeerJ Computer Science, and Harvard Data Science Review.