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Mag. Philipp Brugner, B.A.

Bereich: Forschungspolitik & Entwicklung

Funktionen am ZSI: Project Manager, Communications Specialist, Press Contact

Kontakt:

  • Phone: ++43-1-495 04 42 / 17
  • Fax: ++43-1-495 04 42 / 40
  • Email: brugner@zsi.at

Arbeits- und Forschungsschwerpunkte:

  • Project Communication: Traditional (website, online platform, surveys, press releases etc.) and new forms of communication (social media targeted communication, social media analysis etc.)
  • International Cooperation in Research & Development with non EU-MS (in particular Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia)
  • Training and capacity building in EU project management (Horizon 2020)
  • Support in the proposal writing and submission process for EU funded programmes (Horizon 2020)
  • Assessment of international research cooperation patterns through bibliometric analysis
  • Regional focus on EU-Eastern Partnership Countries, Russia, Central Asia and Southeast Asia

Publikationen:

Laufende und abgeschlossene Projekte:

Teilnahme an folgenden Veranstaltungen:

Ausbildung und beruflicher Werdegang:

Philipp BRUGNER is EU Project Manager and EU Communications Manager at the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI) in Vienna, Austria. He received a Master's degree in Slavic Studies/Russian (Magister/M.A. in 2013) and a Bachelor's in Political Sciences/Eastern European Politics (B.A. in 2011) from the University of Vienna and the Herzen State Pedagogical University in St. Petersburg. In 2018 he continued his academic education with a specialised course on Public Policy Economics at the University of Oxford's department for continuing education. His main academic research interests revolved around the political landscape of post-soviet states, Russian political nationalism and the transformation of urban agglomerations in post-soviet cities (his publications on the topics can be found in the link at the bottom of this page).

At ZSI Mr. Brugner is mainly engaged in communication and analytical activities with a geographical focus on the EU-Eastern Partnership Countries, Russia and Ukraine. Before joining ZSI, he was working as a journalist for Austrian and German newspapers, followed by a position as a scientific assistant for a project on Russian oil workers at the Department of Geography and Regional Research at the University of Vienna. Some short period of time Mr. Brugner spent also at the International Organization for Migration’s Regional Office in Vienna, working on migration related issues in Russia and Central Asia. Since April 2018 he is a member of the youth board of the Policy Crossover Center (PCC): Vienna - Europe, an Austrian think tank on EU affairs, and writes on EU topics for print and online media.

Education:

- Degrees in Political Science/Eastern European Politics (BA in 2011) and Slavic Studies/Russian (Mag./MA in 2013) from the University of Vienna

- Further academic education in Public Policy Economics at University of Oxford/Department for Continuing Education from 09-12/2018

- Intensive study of Russian at Herzen State Pedagogical University in St. Petersburg (2011)

Other relevant professional experience:

2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19: 3-year function as a Young European Ambassador for the Eastern Partnership countries for EU Neighbours East (funded by the EU and implemented by an Ecorys-led consortium) Info

August 2017: Trainer EU-Eastern Partnership affairs for the EuroSchool 2017 in Shabran/Azerbaijan (EU Neighbours East)

June - September 2015: Policy Consultant for the Austrian Institute for European & Security Policies (AIES) - Supply of a study on the EU's CFSP (Common Foreign and Security Policy)

April - June 2013: Assistant in Labour Migration and Human Development at the Regional Office for Eastern Europe, South Eastern Europe and Central Asia of the International Organization for Migration

2011 - 2012: Project Assistant to PhD and Habil. candidates assigned to the FWF-project "Lives on the Move - Vakhtoviki in North-Western Siberia, in the Komi Republic and in the Republic of Bashkortostan: A Qualitative Empirical Account of Long-distance Commute Work in the Russian Federation´s Oil and Gas Industries " (Department of Geography and Regional Research, University of Vienna)

2008 - 2011: Online and Print Journalist for daily (German TAZ-dieTageszeitung) and weekly newspapers (German derFreitag and Austrian Profil)

Find me on LinkedIn, academia.edu, Twitter

Member of the Youth Board PCC: Vienna - Europe

Member of the Team Europe Österreich

Young European Ambassador for the EaP countries euneighbours.eu

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