André Gazsó


André Gazsó holds degrees in Biology and Philosophy. Since October 2007 he is a research associate for nanotechnology at the ITA. Since 2013 André Gazsó is Chair of the Austrian Nanoinformation Commission (by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Health).


Gazsó studied Medicine, Biology (MSc. in 1992) and Philosophy (MA. in 1994 and PhD. in 1996). Between 1997 and 2007 he was employed as research fellow at the University of Vienna (Faculty of Geosciences, Geography and Astronomy, Dept. of Risik Research). Postgraduate training in risk communication (2001, Brussels) and risk management (2004, Vienna; accredited at the Austrian Standards Institute since 2005).


A member since 2003, he became vice chair of the Standards Committee on "Risk and crisis management" at the Austrian Standards Institute in 2006. Since 1998: leader of several projects within the EU/Euratom programme SERF (Socio-economic Research on Fusion). Since 2002: member of the NoE "Trustnet2" and its successor "Trustnet-in-Action", a European network for risk management and risk governance. Several teaching positions (activities) at the University of Vienna and the FH-Campus Vienna.

Tel.: +43 (0)1 515 81-6578
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