Cathrin Cailliau is a Science Communication specialist at Yordas Germany. She has worked as both a researcher and communicator, first at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich and then at the Nuremberg Institute of Technology in Germany. She holds an M.Sc. in Global Change Ecology from the University of Bayreuth. Currently, she is involved in the communication, dissemination and training of the Horizon 2020 EU research projects CHARISMA, SbD4Nano, SUNSHINE and the Horizon Europe project IMPROVE. She is an active member of the NSC Dissemination Group and co-chair of the NSC work group on Communication, Training and Education (deputising for Stella Stoycheva).
Tassos Papadiamantis is a NanoCommons Research Fellow at the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences of the University of Birmingham. dealing with the development of data curation templates, automation of the curation process and metadata analysis and visualisation tools.
Assistant professor at Maastricht University, studying biology at an unsupervised but atomic level. Open science is my main hobby resulting in participation in, among many others, Bioclipse, the Chemistry Development Kit and WikiPathways. Egon is currently the acting Working Group F Chair and Member of the NSC Dissemination Group.