Venues

 Day 1

Picture of the building Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz-1

© Universität Wien / Gebhard Sengmüller

Skylounge University of Vienna

Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics

Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1

1090 Vienna

Please use the main entrance to enter the building.

Subway

U2, U4 (Schottenring)
U4 (Roßauer Lände)

Tram

D (Schlickgasse)
31 (Schottenring)
71, 1 (Börse)

 Day 2

Bundesminsterium für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung (Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research)

Freyung 3 (Palais Harrach)

1010 Wien

Local Organisation Committee

Paolo Budroni

Dr Paolo Budroni, Head of the E-Infrastructures Liaison Office at Vienna University Library and Archive Services, member of staff of the University of Vienna since 1991.

He holds a PhD in Philosophy, Art History, and Romance Philology and has worked in the field of knowledge management and research information systems for the last 26 years.
In 1988, he completed his education degree in Foreign Trade at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU). He also holds a postgraduate degree in European Integration for Public Administration, received at the Austrian Federal European Academy in 1996.


While on sabbatical (2001-2005), Paolo Budroni worked as Strategic Alliances Manager at a German BI Company, further as professor for marketing courses at the graduate level at the Università degli Studi di Perugia (Scienze della Comunicazione), and as Marketing Manager and, later, as Strategic Business Development Manager for a German telecommunications firm.

Among his areas of expertise are research data management, the architecture of digital asset management systems, current research information systems and cost development in life cycle management of data. He is also advising research institutions in Europe and Africa in data management policy development and alignment.

Paolo Budroni is Austrian National Delegate in the E-Infrastructure Reflection Group, member of board of the Austrian RDA National Node, chair of the General Assembly of E-Infrastructures Austria, member of board of Open Education Austria, registered TAIEX Expert, coordinator of the Austrian Open Science Support Group (AOSSG). He represents the University of Vienna at COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories) and at the WG on Open Science at the Guild of European research intensive universities.

Gerda McNeill

Ms. Gerda McNeill has been working at the Vienna University Library since 2004. She graduated in 2009 in communication sciences and political sciences and holds a Diploma in Library and Information Studies. During her career she has worked within several different departments of the University Library, including the Sociology and Politics Library, the Psychology Library and the administration office of the director of the University Library.

She represents the NOAD Austria for the OpenAIRE projects since 2012; she is also responsible for supporting other EU-Projects the Vienna University Library is involved with. Since 2013 she is the Head of the Sport Science Library of the University of Vienna. Ms McNeill is member of the OANA (Open Science Network Austria) network, the Open Access working group at the Vienna University Library and she is involved in the Nation wide project “Austrian Transition to Open Access – AT2OA” which started at the beginning of 2017.

Olivia Kaiser

Mag. Olivia Kaiser studied History and Cultural Studies in Vienna and Madrid.

Next to Open Science her focus in research are Holocaust Studies and provenance research on Nazi-Looted cultural asset. She workend in different projects like: 2009–2011 project staff at "Namentliche Erfassung der Ravensbrück-Häftlinge aus Österreich" at the Institute of Conflict Research in Vienna; 2010–2011 project staff at www.ns-quellen.at; 2011–2012 project staff at NS-Provenance Research in the Library of the Austrian Parliament. Since 2013 she is a member of the NS-Provenance Research at the Vienna University Library.From May 2018 on she is head of the working group NS-Provenance Research in the Association of Austrian Librarians.

From 2009 on Olivia is a staff member of Vienna University Library and has worked in the differents fields of research support. Togehter with Gerda McNeill she represents the NOAD Austria for the OpenAIRE projects since 2018 and is member of the OANA (Open Science Network Austria) network, the Open Access working group at the Vienna University Library and is also involved in the nation wide project “Austrian Transition to Open Access – AT2OA” which started at the beginning of 2017.