Maria Bertel joined the team of Professor Iris Eisenberger as Post-doc within the Horizon 2020 project "EC² - Energy Citizenship and Energy Communities for a Clean Energy Transition" in August 2021.
She studied law and philosophy at the University of Innsbruck. For her habilitation project Maria has been awarded the Elise-Richter-Fellowship of the Austrian Science fund (project title: “The efficiency principle of the Austrian Constitution”).
Her research focuses on Austrian public law as well as comparative constitutional law (especially Latin America) and questions related to freedom of information and energy transition.
Annemarie Hofer is a member of Professor Eisenberger’s team since May 2020.
Her responsibilities as science manager are the acquisition, the conception and the ongoing coordination of the projects within the department Eisenberger. Among those projects are the H2020 projects “SCALINGS – Scaling up Co-creation: Pathways and challenges for socially robust innovation in Europe“, "ETAPAS - Ethical Technology Adaption in Public Administration Services", and "EC2 - Energy Citizenship and Energy Communities for a Clean Energy Transition".
Next to her tasks as a science manager, Annemarie Hofer is also responsible for the area of science communication. Here she primarily focuses on the interdisciplinary communication and processing of problems in innovation and technology law.
Annemarie Hofer studied Environment and Bio-Resources Management at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna and was already a member of Professor Eisenberger’s Team at the Institute of Law at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences.
Prior to her employment at the University of Graz, she worked for an international consultancy firm in the fields of project management, compliance and organisational development.