The presentation will cast light on current trends and developments in science, research and education, digital transformation in scholarly communication, and the ETH Library Lab approach to co-design and co-evolve the roles of future scientific libraries. The speakers will put special focus on the lab's international, transdisciplinary Innovator Fellowship Program and projects incubated in its course.
Managing Director of ETH Library Lab (ELL)
Maximiliane holds a MA in Japanese Studies / Management & Economics (University of Zurich) and a MSc in Digital Media Management (Steinbeis School of Management and Innovation, Berlin). She is a dedicated innovation strategist with well-grounded experience in digital project and product development. In 2018 she embarked on the journey to build ETH Library Lab.
Full-Stack Data Science Developer at ELL
Barry is a developer who's motivated by solving real-world problems. After a degree in Mechanical Engineering and several years working in industry, he turned his interest towards the field of data science. At ETH Library Lab, Barry is wearing different hats: developing data and ML-driven applications, and supporting ELL fellows with their diverse projects.
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13:40 – 14:20
What is information infrastructure and its role in emerging science? Talk by Maximiliane Okonnek and Barry Sunderland.
14:20 – 14:30
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