Claudia Schnugg is a researcher, educator, producer, and curator with an interdisciplinary background in social sciences, business administration, cultural sciences, and the arts. Currently, she is exploring the practices and social dynamics of interdisciplinary collaborative projects, involving art, science, and new technologies. Apart of her research projects she is working with institutions like Science Gallery International to support them in developing research proposals and artscience research opportunities, and consults scientific institutions in the development of artscience projects, artist in residence programs, and artscience interventions. Previously, she curated the Ars Electronica Residency Network. This included EU projects and programs in cooperation with institutions like CERN, ESO (European Southern Observatories), Queensland University of Technology, voestalpine, and Chungnam Culture Technology Industry Agency. Prior academic positions include an Assistant Professorship at the Johannes Kepler University, Linz, and a Visiting Postdoctoral Research Position at Copenhagen Business School, with special focus on organizational aesthetics and artistic interventions in business contexts.