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Dilek Fraisl joined IIASA's Ecosystem Services and Management (ESM) Program in March 2016, to work for the Earth Observation Systems (EOS) Research Group. She is the prime contact point for both internal and external projects of the group, specifically Crowdland, and is responsible the full project lifecycle of the EOS Group's research projects.
Ms. Fraisl obtained her BA degree in Communications followed by a master's degree in Business and HR Management. After having worked at the EU Relations Department of the City of Istanbul as a Project Officer for five years, she was promoted to the position of Deputy Director of the same Department. Having acquired seven years of experience in project management, she completed her second master's degree in Sustainable Development, an international joint degree program involving the University of Padova (Italy), KU Leuven (Belgium) and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France).
Last update: 28-APR-2016
Fritz S & Fraisl D (2018). Citizen science data in peer-reviewed publications: The Geo-Wiki experience. In: 4th Austrian Citizen Science Conference, 1-3 February 2018, Salzburg, Austria.
Laso Bayas JC, Lesiv M, Waldner F, Schucknecht A, Duerauer M, See L, Fritz S, Fraisl D, et al. (2017). A global reference database of crowdsourced cropland data collected using the Geo-Wiki platform. Scientific Data 4: e170136. DOI:10.1038/sdata.2017.136.
Moorthy I, See L, Fritz S, McCallum I, Perger C, Dürauer M, Dresel C, Sturn T, et al. (2017). Crowd-driven tools for the calibration and validation of Earth Observation products. In: Earth Observation Open Science 2017 Conference, 25-28 September 2017, Frascati, Italy.
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