Carmela Asero has more than 10 years’ experience in the area of Research Infrastructures, Open Science and Digital Single Market policies and programmes. She is currently managing the EOSC Enhance project for EFIS Centre.
Within the European Open Science Cloud team at the European Commission’s DG RTD in 2016-2017, Carmela had a key role in shaping the European Open Science Cloud and in the definition of the implementing actions in support of the EOSC governance. Previously she held the role of policy analyst for Digital Single Market and Space Policy at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre.
Carmela holds a unique set of expertise in digital agenda policies with special focus on cloud and big data. Between 2008 and 2011, she was scientific project officer at the European Commission’s DG Connect in the e-Infrastructures unit where she managed a large number of project in different scientific domains. Carmela has been working in the area of policy, strategy and implementing activities in different EU projects on cloud computing (alongside organizations such as CERN, Cloud Security Alliance, EMBL and The EGI Foundation) and in other ICT domains like digital media and telecommunications. She holds an BA Hons in Economics, an MA in Diplomatic Studies and a MSc in e-Business. She is fluent in Italian, English and French and basic user in Spanish and Japanese.
Have you seen the #ImpactTree from the @RI_PATHS project? The discussion on #ImpactAssessment starts now with Elina Griniece from @EfisCentre. Join us live here: https://ess-eu.zoom.us/j/63997473244?pwd=SjhXMWlMY2R3dnBVUkc2RTdiMldJUT09
or in our LinkedIn group here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8992845 #ENRIITCyourCoffee #ImpactPathway
Matías Barberis @EFISCentre posits that #dystopian literature could serve as inspiration for #innovation and policymaking due to its connection to future thinking and the tool of #scenario planning: https://www.euroscientist.com/dystopian-literature-innovation-policymaking/. @mattbrami @euroscientist #Foresight
Great to see Interreg BSR project - BSR S3 Ecosystem - profiled on the S3 Platform website. Working with macro-regional partners for the last 3 years to drive collective Smart Specialisation capacity has been a pleasure and privilege! @EfisCentre https://s3platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu/-/baltic-sea-region-interregional-cooperation-on-circular-bio-economy?inheritRedirect=true