Mrs eveline wandl-vogtMember since: 08/23/2015 - 19:45
Eveline Wandl-Vogt is experimentalist, foundress and director of one of the two first Ars Electronica Research Institutes, namely knowledge for humanity (k4h+) and foundress and coordinator of exploration space at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities. These units are open spaces for innovation and experimentation with the aim of stimulating, designing, enabling and scientifically analyzing new forms of knowledge production and knowledge transfer at the interface of science, technology and society. The spaces are vivid cross-organizational, cross-sectoral collaboration frameworks between artists, business companies, citizens, practitioners and scientists, prototyping the open innovation research infrastructure (OI-RI) designed under the leadership of Eveline in an European consortium in 2017. Exploration space is a best practice example for open innovation of the Austrian government. Based on the mission of knowledge4development and against the background of a RRI mission statement, Eveline aims to apply open innovation methods and practices in humanities, contributing to the agenda2030 and the achievement of the sustainable development goals. Eveline acts as research manager and initiator on various international boards. she serves as expert in various global initiatives, mainly in the area of technical and social infrastructures, such as ADHO, ALLEA, COST actions, DARIAH, ECSA, and standarization bodies. Eveline is a network facilitator, passionate to create cross-sectoral, cross-organizational value driven innovation networks of purpose. She is ambassador for various social innovation and emerging education initiatives, such as YOUTHHACKATHON, GAMECHANGERS and SOCIAL CITY VIENNA. Eveline is affiliated to metalab (at) Harvard.