Lisa Hönegger

Lisa Hönegger, MA

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Acting Head of AUSSDA
Project Management, Organizational Development, Legal, EOSC & Open Science
lisa.hoenegger@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15330
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-6530-7343

 

Lisa is the Acting Head of AUSSDA and in charge of managing and developing the archive. She is also responsible for legal issues concerning data protection and licenses. Through further projects and working groups, she actively supports the areas of open science and research data management, as well as the development of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). Lisa graduated in Political Science, Slavic Studies and Global Studies from the Universities of Vienna, Addis Ababa and Leipzig.

Veronika Heider

Veronika Heider, BA BA

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Acting Deputy Head of AUSSDA
Data Curation
veronika.heider@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15321
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-8480-0029

 

Veronika coordinates data ingest and processing and manages AUSSDA’s activities in the H2020 project Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC). As a senior data curator, she works closely with depositors to make metadata, data and documentation in the AUSSDA Dataverse findable and usable. Within CESSDA ERIC and SSHOC, she is in close contact with partner archives throughout Europe. Veronika studied Political Science (MA) and German Philology (BA).

 

 

Lars Kaczmirek

Dr. Lars Kaczmirek

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Head of AUSSDA (on leave)
lars.kaczmirek@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15320
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-4868-2541

 

Lars specializes in survey methodology and holds a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Mannheim. He is honorary associate professor at the Australian National University (ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences) and adjunct assistant research scientist at the University of Michigan, Institute for Social Research (ISR), Center for Political Studies (CPS). He is the co-founder of the journal Survey Methods: Insights from the Field, where he also was the editor for several years. In the past he was responsible for several large surveys of the general population in Germany in the domains of sociology, political science and psychology. He has extensive experience in successfully building new research infrastructures and services from scratch and is passionate about building infrastructure and tools that benefit science and society.

 

 

 

Christian Bischof

Mag. Christian Bischof

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Data Curation & Preservation, Metadata, Research Data Management

christian.bischof@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15322
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-4373-2899

 

At AUSSDA, Christian is mainly responsible for long-term archiving and for the metadata used in the archiving process. Moreover, he is active in data curation.  He also works in the area of research data management across departments at PHAIDRA-Services. Christian studied sociology at the University of Vienna and has been working in the field of social science data archiving and data analysis since 2004.

 

 

 

Otto Bodi-Fernandez

Mag. Otto Bodi-Fernandez

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Senior research associate
Replication Data Archiving, COVID-19 Data Fast Track Publishing
otto.bodi@uni-graz.at
Graz, T +43 316 380 3544
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-5840-6634

 

As a senior research associate at the Institute of Sociology, Otto represents AUSSDA at the University of Graz and is thus the contact person for all AUSSDA matters in this region. In addition to research and teaching, he supports AUSSDA in data acquisition, offers advice and training on research data management, assists researchers in archiving replication data and coordinates the COVID-19  Data Fast Track Publishing project.

 

 

Anita Bodlos

Anita Bodlos

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Project EOSC-Pillar, Data Curation (on leave) 
anita.bodlos@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15172
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-4217-2225

 

Anita works for the Horizon 2020 project EOSC-Pillar, supporting the implementation of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). In addition, she is part of the AUSSDA data curation team and checks datasets before their publication. Anita studied Political Science (MA) and Communication Studies (BA).

 

 

 

Iris Butzlaff

Dr. Iris Butzlaff

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Data Access, Data Curation, Long-Time Preservation

iris.butzlaff@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15324
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-4099-8525

 

Iris coordinates the area of data access at AUSSDA, enabling interested researchers to access data. She also supports the team with data curation, as well as with long-term archiving. In this way, the curated data can be easily found and remain available in the long term. Iris studied and taught economics, with a focus on development economics, at the University of Göttingen and holds a doctorate in economics. She has worked for various international institutions, such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and most recently as a consultant for the World Bank.

Marie Czuray

Auf dem Bild ist Marie Czuray zu sehen.

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Project EOSC-Pillar

marie.czuray@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15323
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-0583-5299

 

Marie Czuray is involved in the development of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). In the H2020 project EOSC-Pillar, she is responsible for community building and stakeholder engagement. After her studies (sociology and journalism/communications), Marie worked in Copenhagen, Prague and Vienna in the field of communication and culture as well as in business ethics and sustainable finance.

Karin Faktor

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Project Coordination & Administration
karin.faktor@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15329
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-8825-1338

 

Karin studied Art History at the Universities of Vienna and Innsbruck and completed the university course Library and Information Studies in 2018. At AUSSDA, her responsibilities include the collection, processing and coordination of metadata for a public opinion research institute. She also supports the data access and curation team and takes care of internal office agendas.

 

 

Julia Geistberger

Julia Geistberger

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Organisation, Communication, Project EOSC-Pillar 

julia.geistberger@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15331
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-7951-0692

 

Julia supports AUSSDA as an organisational assistant, is in charge of communication and works for the project EOSC-Pillar, supporting the creation of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). Prior to this, she studied International Development (BA) and Journalism (MA) and worked as a science journalist.

 

 

Lisa Hirsch

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Data Curation
lisa.hirsch@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15332
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-2263-3696

 

Lisa works in the areas of data ingest and data preparation. Her responsibilities include checking the quality of research data and publishing it. As part of the Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC) project, she creates open educational resources to teach students how to work with data. Lisa studied political science and statistics, and then completed her PhD in political science at Aarhus University.

 

 

 

Stefan Kasberger

Ing. Stefan Kasberger

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Data Scientist & DevOps Engineer

stefan.kasberger@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15323
ORCID iD:000-0003-1028-517X

 

As part of the EU project SSHOC, Stefan is developing pyDataverse - an open source Python module for Dataverse. Furthermore, he improves the internal CI/CD infrastructure for the operation of Dataverse. As a sideline, he studies environmental systems sciences with a focus on geography. His great passions are freeing and sharing knowledge and solving problems.

 

 

 

Theresa Kernecker, PhD

Project EOSC-Pillar
theresa.kernecker@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43-1-4277-15172
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-6674-7612

 

Theresa works on the EOSC-Pillar project and supports in the areas of data analysis and project management. As part of the project, she is investigating how researchers use and reuse data. Theresa studied Political Science (PhD/BA) and Latin American Studies (MA).

Franziska Krauss

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Business Development & Communication

franziska.krauss@univie.ac.at
Vienna, T +43 1 4277 15327
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-9212-1659

 

As an organisational assistant, Franziska supports AUSSDA in Business Development & Administration as well as in communication activities. She is also involved in the project SSHOC and wants to help promote an active exchange between science and society. Before she joined AUSSDA, she studied Political Science (MA) and Sociology in Munich and Vienna.

Dimitri Prandner

Mag. Dimitri Prandner

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Senior research associate, data acquisition, data management 
dimitri.prandner@jku.at
Linz, T +43 732 2468 7703
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-8783-1848

 

Dimitri is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Empirical Social Research at JKU and the regional contact for AUSSDA in Upper Austria and Salzburg. He supports AUSSDA in accompanying research and offers researchers advice on research data management and data protection. He is a member of the SSÖ consortium, leads work package 5 - Digitisation of social science methodology in the Digitize(!) project and represents Austria in a project on survey data on ethnic and migrant minorities. Dimitri holds degrees in Sociology (Mag.) and Communication Science (Dr.) and is Ars Docendi laureate 2020.