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Michaela Rossini joined IIASA in 2011 and serves as Library Manager for the External Relations, Communications, and Library Department. Michaela has over 18 years of experience in information retrieval, collection building, management of online resources and open access.
Prior to IIASA she was a senior reference librarian and deputy head of the information retrieval department at the University Library in Innsbruck, Austria and a project manager for specialist libraries at the Vienna University Library of Economics and Business, Austria.
Michaela has a PhD in Classical Archeology and a MSc in Library and Information Studies, both from Innsbruck University, Austria.
Last update: 14-FEB-2018
Kromp-Kolb H, Nakicenovic N, Rossini M, & Steininger K (2014). Österreichischer Sachstandsbericht Klimawandel 2014 (AAR14): Synopse. Das Wichtigste in Kürze. Austrian Panel on Climate Change (APCC), Climate Change Centre Austria, Wien, Österreich.
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