deutsche Version Leonhard Huber

Resume / Curriculum Vitae

General Information
Mag. (FH)* Leonhard Huber
Job competency: Information Professional
Areas of special expertise: Cultural Heritage Informatics, Information Management, Software Engineering
Born: July 29, 1980 in Wiener Neustadt
Father of three children: Klara (*2005), Benjamin (*2008), Ferun (*2012)
Center of living: Waldviertel, Lower Austria

 Professional Qualification

1998-2002: Library and Information Science Studies at the University of Applied Sciences (FHS Informationsberufe), Eisenstadt, Austria
1990-1998: Bundesgymnasium Zehnergasse, Wr. Neustadt
1986-1990: Primary school

1986-1997: Piano Lessons, J. M. Hauer music school, Wr. Neustadt
since 1998 composer, various art projects and web design activities

Further Training
2022: Training "Project Management - Basic and Advanced", ZAMG, Vienna
2021: Online course "Introduction to Service Management with ITIL4",
2021: Online masterclass with neuro-biologist Prof. Dr. Gerald Hüther
2020: Training "Data Analysis and Visualization", Federal Public Management Academy, Laudon Palace, Vienna
2018: Training Int'l Software Testing Quality Board (ISTQB Foundation Level), SQS GmbH, Vienna
2018: Marianne Mendt Jazz Workshop, as the only qualified paricipant not having studied at a University of Music, ZWE, Vienna
2014-2015: Several weekend seminars "Holistic Healing" (part of a training as a life coach and social counsellor) in Vienna and Krems/Danube
2014: Workshop Successful Management of Conflicts, WIFI, St. Pölten
2013: Training on object-oriented programming in PHP, WIFI, St. Pölten
2008: Workshop on project management, Merten International GmbH, Vienna
2008: Minerva workshop "Quality, Accessibility and Usability of Cultural Websites", Electronic Imaging and Visual Arts, Vienna
2007: Training "Apache Web Server: installation and administration",, Vienna
2007: Symposium "Digital Archiving and Preservation", OCG, Vienna
2006: Training "Usability in the World Wide Web", Online Marketing Forum, Vienna
2005: Symposium "Cultural Heritage and New Technologies", Dept. for Municipal Archaeology, Vienna
2005: Online course on exhibition design, Northern States Conservation Center, USA
2005: Digitization Course, UIUC Illinois Digitization Institute, USA
2004: Seminar on Web Accessibility, OCG, Vienna
2003: Workshop "Pedagogical and Didactical Foundations", University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Eisenstadt
2003: Symposium ".hist 2003". New media in history studies, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin
2003 onwards: participation in several humanities computing seminars and conferences

Employments, Remittance Work
September 2005 onwards: Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG), computing dept.
August 2005 until October 2005: works and services contractor for the Austrian Society for History of Computer Science (ÖGIG)
January 2005 until May 2005: works and services contractor for the Austrian Computer Society (OCG)
September 2001 until August 2004: scientific assisant at the Vienna Museum of Technology, collection department information and communication - co-conception and design of the permanent exhibition "medien.welten"
August 2002 until August 2004: scientific assistant at the University of Applied Sciences in Information & Knowledge Management, Eisenstadt

Work Placements, Summer Jobs
July and August 2001: pressetext.austria news agency, Vienna - Completion programming of a content management system in HTML::mason
August 2000: summer job in the collection department information and communication technology at the Vienna Museum of Technology - update / reworking of a database interface
July 1999: summer job at the Futurelab, Ars Electronica Center, Linz - web research and script programming in Perl
January 1999: work placement at the Austrian Literature Archive, Austrian National Library, Vienna

Awards, Prizes
Prix Ars Electronica 1998 (Award of Distinction, U19 category, "cyber generation")
Austrian Computer Society (youth informatics competition)
Chamber of Labour, Lower Austria ("pupils make computer programs")
Raiffeisen regional bank institute Wr. Neustadt (homepage competition)

Artistic Activity
10 years of piano education,
since 1998 several original compositions and improvisations (piano and vocal), jazz singer, ein klein wenig Klarinette
various (synesthetic) art projects - primarily visualisation of sound and vice-versa

* The academic degree Mag. (FH) [Magister (FH) für Informationsberufe] may translate to MLIS (Master of Library and Information Science) degree in the Anglo-American area.
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