Paloma Marin Arraiza holds a degree in Physics (Level 7 of the European Qualifications Framework) and a master´s degree in Information and Scientific Communications both from the University of Granada (Spain).
She is currently writing her PhD thesis in Library and Information Science with a focus on new approaches to scholarly communication, such as enhanced publications. Her doctoral dissertation is part of the research activities of the Research Group “New Technologies for Information” at Sao Paulo State University (UNESP) in Brazil.
In career terms, she worked from 2014 to 2016 at the German National Library of Science and Technology in Hannover (Germany) as part of the Competence Centre for non-textual materials, where she mainly dealt with metadata associated with scientific videos and the use of video for scholarly communication. After that, she had a scholarship of the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development for my PhD.
Her current work is at the TU Wien Bibliothek in Vienna (Austria) as an information manager for persistent identifiers (PID). Her tasks include collaborating with the Centre for Research Data Management and coordinating the activities of the ORCID Austria Consortium. She is also involved in the RDA Austria Working Group on Data Citation.