Austrian Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs
Born in 1980 in Feldkirch (Vorarlberg). M.A. in Translation Studies (German/English/Croatian). Graduate of the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna. 2009-2013: Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Technology and Innovation. Coordination of European affairs with regard to research, innovation, space and telecommunications. 2013-2018: Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy, since 2018 Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs (BMDW). Department for Economic and EU Internal Market Policy. EU Internal Market governance, including the Digital Single Market. 2018: Austrian Presidency of the Council of the EU - Chair of the Working Party on Telecommunications and Information Society on Open Data and Public Sector Information. Since 2019: Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs (BMDW), Head of the Task Force on Open Data and Public Sector Information (PSI) and Policy Officer OECD and Sustainability Unit (Agenda 2030/SDG). Delegate: EU Open Data Committee Cooperation on Open Government Data Austria
The Open Data Directive - Europe’s Common Framework on Public Sector Information
The Open Data Directive of the European Union of 2019 is an essential upgrade of previous Public Sector Information (PSI) Directives from 2003 and 2013. It is the public sector that has the pioneering role to lay the foundations for a growing data economy. The scope of the new Directive has been extended to public undertakings and to research data with a strong impetus on Open Science. With the Directive, EU Member States have agreed on a common legal framework on the re-use of open data across the continent. The fact that the same rules apply for all EU Member States within the EU Single Market and that these rules are also adopted by partnering countries makes this legal framework a valid benchmark on a global scale. The new concept of high value datasets aims to boost the availability and re-use of selected datasets alongside with improved data quality standards. The European Union is committed to open markets and the free flow of data, based on high European standards. Open data is a cornerstone of emerging European data spaces. The mission is to develop thriving data ecosystems through collaboration, innovation and research as fundamental European policies.
Discussion Panel: Open Science And Regulatory Frames
Panelists: Karina Angelieva, Deputy Minister of Education and Science in Bulgaria Dr. Paul Ayris, University College London Prof. Li Jianhui, Chinese Academy of Science Martin Semberger, Austrian Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs Dr. Stefan Hanslik, Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research Marie Timmermann, Science Europe Chair and Moderator: Dr. Paolo Budroni, TU Wien Co-chair: Dr. Tiberius Ignat, Scientific Knowledge Services