Our overall objective is to facilitate data management for researchers by building bridges between expertise from various libraries, computer and research departments.
Pierre-Yves Burgi is Deputy CIO, heading the unit for development and integration of IT solutions within the Information System Division of the University of Geneva. He is particularly involved in the e-research and e-learning domains. He is the initiator and director of the DLCM project which started in June 2014.
Bernd Rinn is Head of Scientific IT Services (SIS) of ETH Zurich. SIS focuses on computing and data infrastructures, platforms, software and services for research at ETHZ Zurich. Bernd is heading the second track of the DLCM project which provides tools and services for managing active research data.
Lydie has an information specialist background and is the coordinator of the DLCM project. She also is part of the library team for open access and research data management where she helps to design tailored services for the researchers at UNIGE.
DMP, Guidelines & Policies
Aude is heading the first track of the Swiss national initiative dedicated to Data Life Cycle Management (DLCM), which offers Research Data Management tailored resources, training and solutions. Thanks to constructive and fruitful collaborations across Swiss institutions, her team provides sustainable tools and tangible solutions regarding DMPs, guidelines and policies for the Swiss community.
After an engineering degree in Computer Science, Hugues worked in several software companies during the last 20 years, introducing and practicing agile methodologies. In the last decade, Hugues acquired expertise in the archiving & record management domain. He is currently heading the third track of the DLCM project, which aims at providing solutions for long-term preservation of research data.
Basma Makhlouf- Shabou
Training and Teaching
Since 2010, Basma is Professor in Information Sciences Department at Geneva School of Business Administration (HEG, HES SO). She is leading the DLCM project's track 4, which encompasses the conception, coordination and valorisation of the training, consulting and teaching activities.
Research and Data day
Nathalie Roth is a trained and certified translator, terminologist and interpreter. She studied German, French, and English at the University of Geneva in Switzerland; and Portuguese and English at the Alumni translation and interpretation school in Sao Paulo Brazil. After working several years as a translator and terminologist in banking and insurance, Nathalie Roth discovered the world of e-learning, when working as an e-learning author for bank training modules. Since 2009, Nathalie Roth has been working as a community coordinator for the Swiss E-Learning Community eduhub at SWITCH. She is in charge of the DLCM project's track 5, which focuses on outreach and dissemination of the project's outcomes.
André is heading business modeling activities for the DLCM project. He is supporting data management experts in their effort to develop viable national services. Besides, he is a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences, HEG Geneva, where he teaches Lean Startup, Data Analysis and Computer Science as part of the International Business Management Bachelor Program. André has over 10 years of experience in designing new services. He has worked on innovation projects for companies ranging from early-stage startups to established global businesses.