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Frank Uiterwaal, MA


Frank Uiterwaal is an information analyst for the Collections & Services Department at NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies. He is in charge of the processes, digital infrastructure and services that are needed to sustainably preserve and provide access to NIOD's collections. He is also active as a work package leader for the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) in the EHRI-PP project. Within the topics of Finance, Governance and Sustainability, he contributes to the transformation of the EHRI project into a permanent large-scale scientific infrastructure. He is also actively involved in the work packages Impact, Innovation & Sustainability and Connecting Micro-Archival Communities and Standards in the neighbouring project EHRI-3.

Frank holds two university master’s degrees: Cultural History from Radboud University Nijmegen and Heritage Studies from the University of Amsterdam. During and after his studies, he contributed to the development of digital heritage portals, including those of the Centre for International Heritage Activities and the Royal Netherlands Institute Rome. He then worked for several years as a service management consultant for an ICT company, where he specialised in project management, technical infrastructure and governance. Before working for EHRI, Frank was work package leader within Horizon2020 project PARTHENOS (which stands for Pooling Activities, Resources and Tools for Heritage E-research Networking, Optimization and Synergies).

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