Job Title: Chief engineer audio
Company: Phonogrammarchiv, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Status: Full Member
Member since: 1996
AES Committees: Awards, Convention Policy, Membership, Nominations, Regions & Sections, Associate Technical Editors, Convention: 142nd, Convention: 144th
Technical Committees: Archiving Restoration and Digital Libraries, Technical Council
Standards Committee: SC-07-01 (Audio metadata)
Primary Section: Austrian
Company Website: http://www.phonogrammarchiv.at/
Contact: Nadja Wallaszkovits
LinkedIn Address: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/nadja-wallaszkovits/17/ba7/33
Nadja Wallaszkovits has been a member of the AES for many years. She is vice chair of the Austrian section and is active in the Technical Committee on Archiving Restoration and Digital Libraries, as well as in SC-07 Subcommittee on Metadata for Audio.
Nadja has worked as a student member already for the 92nd convention in Vienna, Austria - March 1992, and has served as facility chair for several AES conventions.
Starting from the audio production side as a sound engineer, her career became more and more specialised in audio archiving and restoration. Nadja Wallaszkovits studied ethnomusicology at the University of Vienna and graduated as an audio engineer. After several years of experience as a sound engineer for private national and international recording companies she joined the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, where she manages the audio department since 2005. She is specifically responsible for audio restoration, archiving and rerecording of historical collections, and works as a consultant for archival technology for project partners all over the world. She lectures at the University of Vienna and at the University of Applied Sciences in Berlin and Berne, and has held several national and international training seminars.
Recently she took over the management of the new research department of NOA GmbH, a Public Private Partnership collaboration between the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and NOA, a leading global provider of flexible turnkey solutions for quality-controlled digitizing, management, and archiving of audio and other media content. This collaboraion is dedicated to the restoration of acetate media.
Nadja Wallaszkovits is vice chair of the Technical Committee of the International Association of Sound Archives (IASA) and member of the Training and Education Committee of IASA.
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