EU Science Hub

People

The JRC employs over 3000 people, from throughout the EU, who bring their skills, talents, passion and rigour into the scientific activities meant to underpin EU policies. Over two thirds of our people work on scientific projects while the rest carry out administrative or support activities.

We seek to attract and host researchers (grant holders), senior scientists, seconded national experts, and trainees, primarily from the EU Member States and candidate countries to EU membership. We believe these people bring advanced skills, knowledge and expertise to help resolve current and future scientific challenges. In turn, they benefit from the cultural diversity, multidisciplinary research domains and state-of-the-art research facilities. The JRC offers a variety of temporary and permanent work opportunities and training for scientific and technical staff.

This section is still being developed, and should you not find someone under this section, please consult the European Commission Directory.

Portrait of Agnieszka Kinsner-Ovaskainen

Agnieszka Kinsner-Ovaskainen obtained her M.D. degree from the Medical University of Warsaw (Poland) in 2000 and the Ph.D. degree in Life Sciences from the University of Konstanz (Germany) in 2005. She joined the European Commission as official in 2007.

Portrait of Alban Kitous
Alban Kitous is an economic analyst in the JRC's Directorate for Energy, Transport and Climate.
Portrait of Alberto Tumino
Alberto Tumino is an Economic Analyst member of the Fiscal Policy Analysis team at the JRC-Seville. His work focuses on the areas of microsimulation, public economics and labour economics. He is currently enrolled at the University of Essex (UK) as a part-time PhD student in economics.
Alois KRASENBRINK

Alois Krasenbrink is Head of Sustainable Transport in the Energy, Transport & Climate Directorate.

Anamaria Maftei is an economic analyst working in the Fiscal Policy Analysis team at JRC-Seville. Her current work is focused on the development and use of microsimulation modelling tools to assess the impact of tax reforms.
Portrait of Andrea Conte
Andrea Conte is an economist leading the Regional Modelling (REMO) team working on regional data analysis and on the development of the RHOMOLO model.

Andrea Toreti is a senior scientist/scientific officer at the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra.

He graduated in Mathematics at the University of Rome La Sapienza (Rome, Italy) and obtained a Ph.D. in Climate Sciences at the University of Bern (Bern, Switzerland). Before joining the JRC in 2013, he was at the Italian Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (Italy), at the University of Bern (Switzerland) and at the University of Giessen (Germany) as Assistant Professor.

Born in 1977, Andrea holds a PhD in physics on Nanofabrication of surfaces for biological application obtained at the University of Pavia (Italy). He has more than 10 years of proven experience in the field of nano-micro fabrication, thin films deposition, surface analysis, optics, and integration of devices, development and commercialization of high-tech laboratory equipment. He is author and co-author of more than 80 papers on peer-reviewed international journals.

Andreas Schmitz is a researcher in the JRC's Economics of Climate Change, Energy and Transport Unit, based in Seville.

Portrait of Andreas Thiemann
Andreas Thiemann is an economist in the Fiscal Policy Analysis team at Joint Research Centre in Seville.

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