Project Members

The team members who work together in the GOAL project come from different institutions: ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU), University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) and University of Teacher Education Fribourg (HEP | PH FR).

PhD in History (2016) at the Universities of Konstanz (Germany) and Complutense (Spain).

Between 2017 and July 2021 he was postdoctoral researcher and teaching assistant at the University of Bern.

Since May 2021 Enrique Corredera works at the ZHAW’s University Library. He is part of the Research & Infrastructure Area, where he focuses on Open Science topics.

Since January 2022 Dr Corredera is the project coordinator for GOAL.

Elena’s professional and academic background is in Library and Information Sciences. She has largely built her career working on various issues related to Open Science.

Currently, Elena is completing her PhD thesis in Science and Technology Studies at the University of Vienna.

As head of Research & Infrastructure area at the ZHAW university library she oversees the overall progress of the GOAL project.

Andrea Moritz studied political science, contemporary history and media and communication studies and, after completing her master’s degree, followed the two-year traineeship for science librarians with theoretical training at the Bavarian Library Academy.

She has already held various positions in academic libraries in Switzerland (from 2015 at the ZHAW) and has been working on the topic of Open Access since 2018.

Cornelia Brunner holds a degree in German and Spanish language and literature of the University of Zurich. After completing her degree, she worked as a language teacher.

Through further education in information science, she sought her way into the world of libraries and archives. She has been working in the ZHAW University Library since 2021, focusing on the digital Open Access repository.

Simone studied Jewish and Islamic Studies at Lucerne, Basel and Jerusalem; after having received her doctorate in Jewish Studies she worked at the chair of Judaistik at the University of Lucerne.

Since 2003 she is Subject Librarian at the Central and University Library Lucerne (ZHB Luzern), since 2015 she is responsible for Open Access at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and since 2019 she is head of the E-Science Departement at Central and University Library Lucerne.

Alongside she is a lecturer at the University of Lucerne and at the University of Berne.

Clemens received his doctorate in Environmental Engineering (Dr. nat. techn.) from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna.

In his academic career, he worked in research projects in aquatic ecology in Austria and Switzerland (eawag, Kastanienbaum).

Since 2019 Clemens works as specialist librarian at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences, School of Engineering & Architecture to advise and train researchers in scientific publishing, Open Access, and in research data management. He also fills a coordinating role for research data management between all libraries at HSLU.

Dietrich received his degree in Information Science from the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences.

Since 2019, he has been working as a science librarian at the Central and University Library Lucerne, where he is responsible for the library of Teacher Education and part of E-Science Departement.

Valérie Andres studied Eastern European History and Russian Language and Literature.

After completing her studies she worked as a picture editor at KEYSTONE as well as in images archives (Image Archive of Ringier / Image Archive of ETH Zürich).

Since 2016 she works at the library of the University of Applied Sciences in Muttenz. Since 2019 she is part of the leadership team and focuses on Open Access.

Julia Flieg studied Information Science at the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons (FHGR).

Since 2019 she works at the Media and Information Center at the Zurich University of the Arts for the service Open Access and is mainly responsible for the implementation of Green Open Access.

Hélène Reymermier studied Information Science at the HEG in Geneva, where she completed her master’s degree in 2018.

Since 2019, she is a science librarian at the HEP Fribourg (HEP | PH FR).

Currently, she is responsible for online resources and Open Science, likewise she manages various projects in these areas.