DARIAH-EU Coordination Office
The daily work of DARIAH-EU, whose formal seat as an ERIC is in Paris, is undertaken by the DARIAH-EU Coordination Office (DCO). The DCO itself is based in Berlin (Centre Marc Bloch), Goettingen (GCDH), Paris (Huma-Num) and The Hague (DANS). The DCO is responsible for finance, coordination and communications.
Chief Executive Officer
Mike's academic background is in languages and comparative history but he has also professionally been in nursing, social care and in recent years librarianship. Prior to coming to DARIAH, Mike was responsible for governance, consortial negotiations, outreach, working groups, data services, research data management, and strategic planning at Research Libraries UK. He has also worked with and on the committees of The British Library, The UK National Archives, Jisc, The Digital Preservation Coalition, LIBER and The European Library amongst other organisations in the Library and Information Science sector.
Chief Integration Officer
Andrea started her academic career in physics (Diploma in Statistical Physics) but soon moved to philosophy, where she graduated about modeling science dynamics, including the emergence of new fields. She has been involved in quantitative studies of science, and is editorial board member of the journal Scientometrics. More recently, she has worked about the analysis of evolving systems of knowledge organisation.
Chief Organisation Officer
Anne joined DARIAH in November 2014. Before she worked at the department “Partenariat et Valorisation” of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) at the regional office for Provence and Corse Region in the city of Marseille. She provided assistance on administrative, financial and legal aspects to researchers setting up collaborative projects, grant and patent applications.
Francesca’s academic background is in Media Studies (with majors in contemporary history and audiovisual semiotics) and Film Archiving. Before joining DARIAH she worked and conducted research for european projects and institutions for the accessibility of cultural heritage, both directed to general users and academics. Francesca also worked as a researcher for the CENDARI project, which was coordinated by Trinity College Dublin, a partner organization of DARIAH in Ireland.
European Project Manager
Marco has a background in political science, European affairs and project management. Before joining DARIAH, he worked as European Project Manager at ARMINES (MINES ParisTech) and at CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) in Paris.
Programme Implementation Officer
Suzanne is a research engineer at the TGIR Huma-Num (CNRS). She has a PhD in French literature and works on reading and writing practices in the digital environment as well as Digital Humanities theory. Since 2015, She has directed a seminar about Epistemology and practices of Digital Humanities with partners from University Paris 8, University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin, INRIA and DARIAH.
Arnaud has a French-German master degree in business and management. From 2008 to 2011, he worked for the Centre Marc Bloc - a French-German research institute for social sciences - as an assistant to the chief executive officer. After a few years of work experiences in a communications agency and in a design studio, he returned to the Humanities in 2015, back to the Centre Marc Bloch. He joined the DARIAH-EU team in January 2017.
Jakob has a background in social science, journalism and speech communication. Before joining DARIAH-EU he worked as an editor and a freelance science journalist for public broadcasters in Germany. Jakob also teaches public relations and research techniques at Universities as well as in the private sector.