Lucie Hradecká starts as Information Specialist in Research Services

Lucie Hradecká works in Open Science and ACRIS team.
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Lucie Hradecká started as information specialist in Research Services Open Science and ACRIS team in April.  Her tasks include validating research outputs of the School of Chemical Engineering in Aalto University’s current research information system ACRIS, self-archiving (‘green open access’) and research data management support. Lucie is also involved in bibliometric analyses and TENK research integrity support network. 

In research data management Lucie helps with data management plans and cooperates with data agents, data advisor Kati Laakso and other specialists to assist researchers at the School of Engineering and School of Chemical Engineering. 

Lucie holds a BA in Russian and Finnish philology from Masaryk University, Brno, Czech republic. She is currently finishing her MA in Information Studies at the University of Oulu. She has previously worked at Oulu University Library, CERN Library (cataloguing and repository curation), CSC (research data management, Fairdata services) and VTT (open science and CRIS system). 

Her hobbies include for example hiking, birdwatching, knitting and video games.

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