Univ.-Prof. Dr. Iris Eisenberger, M.Sc. (LSE)

Professor of Innovation and Public Law
Juridicum, Stiege I und II, 2nd floor
Schottenbastei 10-16
1010 Vienna

P: +43-1-4277-34241
E: office.eisenberger.id@univie.ac.at
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Consultation hour

Consultation hours are currently only held digitally. Please make an appointment via email to office.eisenberger.id@univie.ac.at. Please also briefly state your request for the consultation hour and any special appointment requests. 

Iris Eisenberger is Professor of Innovation and Public Law at the Department of Innovation and Digitalisation in Law. Her research focuses on innovation and technology law, the protection of fundamental and human rights and the intersection of law, innovation and society.

She studied law at the University of Graz (diploma programme) and the Universidad de Valladolid (doctoral programme), Spain, and political science at the London School of Economics and Political Science (M.Sc.) before obtaining her habilitation in the field of constitutional law, administrative law and the related fields of European Union law at the Faculty of Law at the University of Vienna. From January 2016 until February 2020, she was Professor of Law and Head of the Institute of Law at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna. From March 2020 until February 2022, she was Professor of Public Law and European Economic Law at the University of Graz. She has wide experience in interdisciplinary research as well as in conducting and participating in nationally and internationally funded research projects.

Among others, she worked for the Austrian Parliament and the European Parliament as well as for the Constitutional Service of the Austrian Federal Chancellery. She held visiting positions at numerous renowned universities including the European University Institute in Florence, the University of Freiburg, the Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard University, the Mekelle University in Ethiopia, the Jigme Singye Wangchuck School of Law in Bhutan, the Macau University and the Technical University Munich.







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