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Klaus Rechert

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Aufgaben

  • Projektleiter DFG/NEH Bilateral Project Tools & Concepts for Safeguarding & Researching Born-Digital Culture 
  • Projektmanagement "Landesweit koordinierte Strukturen für Nachweis und effiziente Nachnutzung von Forschungsdaten"  (IQF)
  • Wiss. Lt. DFG-LIS: Bereitstellung von Multimedia-Objekten durch Emulation
  • Projektkoordinator bwFLA - Funktionale Langzeitarchivierung

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Curriculum Vitae

Klaus Rechert is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the professorship in communication systems of the Institute for Computer Science at Freiburg. As a project manager he currently oversees a federal project “Statewide development of coordinated structures for indexing and re-use of research data” and is scientific consultant in the DFG-LIS project “Reading Room Access of Multimedia-Object using Emulation”. His research focus is on functional preservation of scientific processes, privacy protection in context of complex data and digital forensics.

From Oct 2011 - Dec 2013 Klaus was the project manager of the bwFLA project, a two-year project funded by the state Baden-Württemberg, leveraging emulation for access and migration tasks in digital preservation. From 2006-2009 Klaus was a lecturer at the University of Freiburg teaching "Programming with C" and "Introduction to C++". In 2010 Klaus was a guest lecturer at Malta College of Art, Science & Technology. From Oct. 2010 - Mar. 2011 he was a visiting researcher at the National Institute of Informatics (NII) in Tokyo, Japan.

2008-2010 he was a software developer on the PLANETS EU-FP6 project. In 2007 and 2008 Klaus was as open source software developer and maintainer on the MING-project, sponsored by Lulu.com Inc. Raleigh, NC and OpenMediaNow Foundation, Rollinsville, CO. In 2006 Klaus received the EXIST-Seed scholarship sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.

Klaus studied Computer Science and Economics at the University of Freiburg and received a Diploma in Computer Science in 2005. Since 2013 Klaus holds doctoral degree from the University of Freiburg.