Mr Peter Mutschke
Peter Mutschke is deputy head of the department “Knowledge Technologies for the Social Sciences (WTS)" of GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (Cologne, Germany) and leader of the team "FAIR Data and Human Information Interaction" of WTS. WTS develops innovative digital services and research data infrastructures for the Social Sciences and conducts research in applied Computer Science, in particular in the fields Information Retrieval, Information Extraction, Semantic Web and Human Computer Interaction, in order to ensure quality and innovation of digital GESIS services. The research interests of Peter Mutschke include Information Retrieval, Network Analysis and Open Science. He worked in a number of national and international research projects such as the DFG-funded projects "An integrated desktop for supporting high-level search activities in federated digital libraries (Daffodil)" and "Value-Added Services for Information Retrieval" (IRM I+II), the Leibniz project "Monitoring educational research (MoBi)" and the EU-funded projects “Where eGovernment meets the eSociety (WeGov)", "Data Insights for Policy Makers & Citizens (SENSE4US)", "Open Mining Infrastructure for Text and Data (OpenMinTeD)" and "TraininG towards a society of data-saVvy inforMation prOfessionals to enable open leadership Innovation (MOVING)". Furthermore, he has been engaged in the COST action “Analyzing the dynamics of information and knowledge landscapes (KNOWeSCAPE)". Peter Mutschke serves as a member of the management committee of the Leibniz research alliance “Science 2.0/Open Science” and coordinates the GO FAIR Implementation Network "Cross-Domain Interoperability of Heterogeneous Research Data (Go Inter)".