News for Austria

Technopolis to evaluate initiative to support threatened foreign researchers

8th March 2019

Our Austrian team under the lead of Katharina Warta has been entrusted with the evaluation of the Philipp Schwartz Initiative (PSI)of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, providing universities and research institutions in Germany with the means to host threatened foreign researchers for a period of 24 months on a fully funded research fellowship. The evaluation…

Technopolis contribution to new Commission report on Monitoring the impact of EU Framework Programmes

30th October 2018

The European Commission has just published a new expert report on ‘Monitoring the impact of EU Framework Programmes’. The report is based on inputs from three monitoring experts, including Technopolitan Alfred Radauer who leads the “Intellectual Property & Standards” (IPS) group at Technopolis Group. The report is largely based on literature review and lessons learned…

María del Carmen Calatrava Moreno

11th April 2017

María del Carmen Calatrava Moreno is a consultant at the Vienna office of Technopolis Group specialised in ICT. She holds a masters’ degree in computer science and a second degree in innovation in computer science. She also holds a PhD in computer science from the TU Wien, where she worked as a researcher before joining…

Evaluation of the Alexander von Humboldt Professorship programme

28th February 2017

The Alexander von Humboldt Professorship adresses researchers from abroad who can be nominated for this international award if they are world leaders in their field and are expected to continue producing academic results that will sustainably shape Germany’s international competitiveness as a research location as a consequence of the award. The award funds, usually totalling…

Tobias Dudenbostel

9th April 2014

Tobias holds a master’s degree in History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science. Since joining Technopolis, he has developed expertise in higher education policy, research policy and research management. He has also gained insights into the topics of innovation policy and information and communication technologies (ICT) and contributed to evaluations and case studies in the fields…

Sandra Skok

9th April 2014

Sandra Skok is the Office Manager in the Vienna office of Technopolis. In her role she is responsible for all internal administrational functions and provides general project management support. Before joining Technopolis, Sandra was working as an Office Co-ordinator for an international software company for 11 years. Sandra is a native German speaker, has an…