Malte Dreyer, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
Elected to the EUNIS Board of Directors till June 2020.
Malte Dreyer is the Director of the Computer and Media Service of Humboldt University Berlin, Germany. Before he was the Director for the Department of Research and Development at Max Planck Society, Max Planck Digital Library.
He designed and developed research and publication data infrastructure for the Max Planck Society’s institutes, as well as many research tools. Within several major German, European and international projects he was active in the areas of digital research infrastructure, repositories, virtual research environments and software architecture across many scientific disciplines.
Providing advise on software architecture, he is a member of several technical boards. He was a member of the German national alliance initiative working groups for research data and virtual research environments as well as a member of commission “Zukunft der Informationsinfrastruktur in Deutschland” and DINI e.v. member of the board.
Malte Dreyer’s interests now are in the field of scalable information management architectures and infrastructures in the intersection of organisational perspectives on ICT from data centres and information management organisations. Current projects are in the fields of research data management and repositories, linguistics, as well as cloud architectures and integrated cloud services.