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Dr. Christian Bittner

(Bonn University and State Library)

Christian Bittner

After completing a degree in Geography at the Free University of Berlin, Dr. Bittner did his doctorate at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg with a multi-disciplinary dissertation project on web mapping in Israel and Palestine involving elements of social science, cultural studies, cartography and data science. Dr. Bittner is also a certified Data Librarian and interested in the digitalization of society and academia, with a particular focus on issues of open science, data protection and digital maturity. He manages the services RADAR, RDMO and our website and functions as coordinator and contact person at the Service Point for inquiries relating to the RDM in the social sciences and the humanities.

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Henning Achterrath

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University IT at the University of Bonn)

Henning Achterrath

After completing an apprenticeship in IT Systems, Henning Achterrath came to the University of Bonn in 2009. As a University IT manager he is in charge of the planning, design, procurement and administration of data center solutions, working primarily in the areas of server virtualization and SAN. He administers the central virtualization infrastructure (VHRZ) and uniVM, a university-wide IaaS platform, and is responsible for administration of the Ceph-based Research Data Management storage infrastructure to be rolled out. He supports the Research Data Service Point on technical issues.

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Dr. Ewa Elizabeth Bres

(Bonn University and State Library)

Ewa Bres

After completing a degree in Biology, Ewa Elizabeth Bres obtained a PhD at the International Graduate School of Neuroscience, Ruhr University Bochum. During her doctorate she studied the impact of the lipoprotein receptor Lrp1 on brain development, with a focus on the astrocyte lineage. She is interested in Open Science, scientific misconduct, good research practice and scientific photography. At the Service Center, she is a contact person for inquiries related to the natural and life sciences.

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Dr. Tobias Kulschewski

(University IT at the University of Bonn)

Tobias Kulschewski

After completing studies at the University of Stuttgart, Dr. Kulschewski obtained a doctorate on computer-aided modeling of biocatalysts under non-natural conditions. At University IT in Bonn he works with modern parallel and distributed storage services and file systems, interested chiefly in ways of combining virtualization and storage with high-performance computing. He represents University IT at the Research Data Service Point, in charge of technical assessment of project-specific issues and solution realization.

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Stefanie Läpke

(Bonn University and State Library)

Stefanie Läpke

Stefanie Läpke studied Romance and German studies at the universities of Bonn, Sorbonne Paris IV and Leipzig with a focus on French corpus linguistics. She is the contact person for Digital Humanities at the University and State Library and is responsible for all questions regarding computational methods and tools in the humanities. She is particularly interested in Open Science, improved availability of resources for research in the humanities and full-text recognition. At the Service Point, she is the contact person for inquiries related to the humanities.

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Dr. Daniel Rudolf

(Bonn University and State Library)

Daniel Rudolf

Daniel Rudolf studied chemistry at Heidelberg University and obtained his doctorate there as well at the Inorganic Chemistry Institute, completing his dissertation on guanidinate-stabilized gallium hydrides. He is also a Certified Data Scientist specialized in Data Management (Fraunhofer FIT). He is particularly interested in the latest developments in academic publication and bibliometrics, and in the digitization of research. He is the contact person at the Service Point regarding Electronic Lab Notebooks and for inquiries relating to the natural sciences.

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Dr. Ben Stöver

(University IT at the University of Bonn)

Ben Stoever

While studying biology (with a focus on computer science and physics) at the University of Bonn, Ben Stöver also worked there as a research software engineer. He then moved to the University of Münster and worked initially as part of his doctorate and then as a research assistant, mainly on the development of bioinformatic software. The focus was on improving the reusability of scientific data and the reproducibility of studies. In addition to this research activity, his area of responsibility also included responsibilities in teaching and IT infrastructure at the WWU Münster. As a software developer and IT architect at the Research Data Service Point, he is responsible for the development of the storage infrastructure and the services for integrated research data infrastructure based on it.

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Berker Yüce

(Bonn University and State Library)

Berker Yüce

Berker Yüce studied computer science at the University of Bonn. He is also a certified IBM Data Science Professional and is interested in Open Science, Resource Discovery Systems, Semantic Web, Machine Learning and Data Visualization. At the service center, he is the contact person for software-specific issues related to the evaluation and implementation of research-related IT services.

Dr. Sergej Zerr

(University IT at the University of Bonn)

Sergej Zerr

Sergej studied computer science and information engineering at the Universities Osnabrück and Twente (NL), where he was a part of the Semantic Web Community and actively participated in the metadata initiatives of DublinCore and W3C. Sergej received his Ph.D. in privacy-aware information retrieval at Hannover University, where he led several national and EU projects on AI-supported data analysis in the areas of internet research, qualitative secondary research, human computation, and Industry 4.0. At the Service Point, he is responsible for the IT-architecture, design, and technical implementation of the Research Data Management infrastructure and services at the Computing Center (HRZ) of the Bonn University.

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