curriculum - daniel graziotin


Working Experience


12x instances of employment, project activities, and collaborations between 2009 and today.

At the University of Stuttgart, Germany, I have worked as Akademischer Rat, Postdoctoral Researcher (TV-L E13, 2016-2019), and Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers, 2017-2018). As Head of the division for Human Aspects of Software Engineering (HASE), I promote bright early career researchers in all fields of behavioral and human aspects of software engineering and its education.

At the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy, I have worked as lecturer, teaching assistant, data scientist (project People’s Republic of Bozen-Bolzano), and research assistant (with the SEMAT initiative). Most of these activities and projects while I was a doctoral researcher (2013-2016) there.

At the Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK, Trento, Italy) I have been an intern as researcher (with the Open Knowledge Foundation) and as software engineer (the Dycapo project).

I have also worked as editorial associate at the Journal of Open Research Software. This was a honorary position.


4x instances of employment, project activities, and collaborations between 2006 and 2016.

I have long worked as freelance web engineer for several customers (several projects with Matteo Moretti).

For The Winnower I volunteered as web engineer and academic counselor (DOI bridging in particular).

For about one year I collaborated as web developer for Bizetaweb (Bolzano-Bozen, Italy).

I have been a system administrator intern for Thun S.p.a. (Bolzano-Bozen, Italy).

Teaching and Faculty Responsibilities

11 types of courses/seminar that I have supervised or supported over the years.

Academic Responsibilities


60+ co-authored publications

I have co-authored several publications (peer reviewed, editorials, and working papers) with a plethora of smart people from all fields, in international conferences, workshops, and journals. My journal publications are not limited to software engineering venues, as I have also published in fields related to psychology (PeerJ Brain and cognition, SAGE Open), bibliometrics and journalology (Scientometrics, European Science Editing), design (Sciences du Design), and biomedicine (F1000R).

Vanity Section


580k EUR is the amount of money that has been generated by grants that I have either proposed or supported.

Media Outreach

95+ tracked appearances

My research activities have appeared in international venues including Nature News, Wired, VICE, The Guardian, The Independent, Der Spiegel, Daily Mail, Il Sole 24 Ore, Corriere della Sera.