is chairperson of the Austrian Club of Education and Science Journalists and Head of Stakeholder Relations at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria). With his colleagues from the registered association “Wien Wissen” he has been organizing the Vienna Ball of Sciences since 2015.
is a consultant for teacher education at the University of Vienna and also works at the University College of Teacher Education in Vienna. She was involved in various national and international projects in the fields of science education, media education and experiential education (e.g. as project manager for High Seas High School – a seven month long school sailing trip in the Caribbean).
currently working as a psychometrician at the Center for Teaching and Learning (University of Vienna), previously employed at the Federal Institute for Educational Research, Innovation & Development of the Austrian School System. Dedicated to promoting the fundamental value of robust science for our modern society.
is a third-culture child and book nerd (publishing consultant and producer), with a background in arts and innovation management. She earned her BA in New Media and Visual Arts from Emerson College in 2006, and will be starting the Arts & Science MA program at the Angewandte in October of 2017.
is a Technology Integrator at the American School in Vienna. He has a BA in Biology and MA in Educational Technology. He has been a long time member of Democrats Abroad Austria. Danny has been a blues musician in Vienna for many years under the name “Danny Chicago”. He also performs a Bob Dylan Tribute and played at the Women’s March in Vienna in January of 2017.
Casey Catherine Miller
is a recent graduate of the Euroleague for Life Sciences EnvEuro program, earning her MSc in Environmental Science from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU) and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). She hails from Los Angeles, California, where she earned her BA in Geography from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She’s passionate about environmental education and activism, climate action and sustainable development.
has 19+ years of experience in IT in various roles in Austria and internationally. Her favourite science topic is evidence based medicine and she is a dedicated volunteer at AmberMed, an organization that provides medical services for people without health insurance. She will graduate from Medical University in Vienna in 2018.
is a research assistant at the Institute for Discrete and Convex Geometry at the Vienna University of Technology where she is currently in the final term of her PhD studies. Prior to her time in Vienna, the Chicagoan earned her BA and MA in Mathematics at Arizona State University and San Diego State University, respectively, and spent a few years as a strategy analyst in the financial sector. Her short term goals include an infinite reduction in her Erdös number and becoming an active player in promoting environmental awareness.
has recently finished his Master in Geoscience with focus on geology at the University of Vienna and is active in political movements, in particular for a scientific input on climate change and how it can be stopped.