Wikipedia Academy: Research and Free Knowledge.
June 29 - July 1 2012, Berlin.

Speakers

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Marlen Cammerer

Marlen is working for Wikimedia Germany as a Toolserver System Administrator.

Contact: marlen.caemmerer@wikimedia.de


Felipe Ortega

Felipe Ortega is postdoc Researcher and Project Manager at GSyC/Libresoft, a research group at University Rey Juan Carlos (Madrid). He received a M.S. (2003) in Telecommunications Engineering from Alfonso X El Sabio University, and a Ph.D. (2009) in Computer Science from URJC. Felipe is interested in empirical approaches to study large-scale Internet communities, like Wikipedia, FLOSS development projects and social networks. He is a strong advocate of open educational resources and open scientific publishing. Felipe teaches statistics, open source business models and analysis of FLOSS communities in the Master on Libre software at URJC. He is also lecturer in the Master in Digital Economy and Creative Industries at EOI, covering topics related to commons-based peer production, collaborative communities and open source business models. Finally, he is a Board member for Higher Education and Universities of Wikimedia España.


Christian Thiele

Christian is a Wikipedia volunteer since 2004 and wrote several tools running on the Toolserver. He studies computer science at Humboldt University of Berlin.

Contact: apper@apper.de