Christiane Grill is senior program manager at the LBG OIS Center. She advises and supports researchers on how to involve stakeholders in research, particularly when it comes to co-deciding which topics and questions researchers should address most urgently. She is an expert in advising on and applying open innovation in science methods. Christiane has a background in political and communication science with a focus on deliberative communication and deliberative democracy. Before joining the LBG OIS Center, she was “Akademische Rätin” and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Mannheim and the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES) (Germany). She obtained her PhD in communication science at the University of Vienna (Austria).
Christiane’s expertise lies in so-called research priority setting projects; that is, projects in which researchers work with stakeholders to jointly decide which topics and issues research should address most urgently.