Caroline is responsible for the Open Innovation in Science Center’s capability building services for researchers. Our training and consulting services provide researchers with the skills and information they need to set up an open and transdisciplinary research project. Caroline is convinced that involving society in research processes is not only beneficial for scientists‘ own research, but also for a well-functioning society.
Further Caroline is an activist and advocate for participatory democracy. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in “Technical Mathematics”, a Master’s degree in “Biomedical Engineering” and is currently studying “Economics, Imagination and Future Design” at the Cusanus University for Social Design.
Relevant (work) experience
Program Manager, Ludwig Boltzmann Society, Open Innovation in Science Center
Co-founder and board of directors of Bioversum – Nature Inspired Systems
Citizen Scientist, PPIE Guide – Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement in Research