Tomislav Jakopec holds MS in information systems. He has five years of experience in design, programming, implementation and maintenance of information systems in medium and large size companies. Currently he works as a teaching and research assistant at the Department of Information Sciences at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in Osijek, where he participates in teaching in the following courses: Web design, Databases II, Implementation of software solutions for content design and Electronic publishing and bookselling. The main areas of his interest are aggregators of electronic books and web development. As a researcher he participates in the project Digital Library of Croatian Printed Heritage by 1800: Structural Premises.
Josipa Selthofer is a PhD candidate at the postgraduate doctoral study Knowledge Society and Information Transfer at the Department of Information Sciences in Zadar. She completed the study of Graphic Arts in Zagreb, and worked for years as production editor and designer in a number of publishing companies. From 2008 she is employed as a teaching assistant at the Department of Information Sciences at the University of Osijek. She takes part in different courses: Graphic design, Organisation and management of publishing, Marketing in publishing and bookselling and so on. Her research interests include visual communications, history of printing, history of graphic design and publishing. She also took part in the national project Digital Library of Croatian Printed Heritage by 1800: Structural Premises.
Milijana Micunovic works at the Department of Information Sciences (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in Osijek), where she participates in teaching different courses: History of culture and communication, Publishing and bookselling foundations, Business communication, Electronic publishing and bookselling, Intellectual property and copyright, Information in theory, Information policy and technological changes. She also took part in the national project Digital Library of Croatian Printed Heritage by 1800: Structural Premises and she's a member of Croatian Linux users group and OSWireless group. Besides work, she's interested in human technology interaction and cyberanthropology, open source culture and philosophy, photography and exploring forests, mountains and other wild parts of planet Earth.
Mirna Gilman is a graduate student of Information Sciences at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek. Right now she is in London, England working as a Joint Rights Assistant at Simon & Schuster publishing house as an Erasmus + intern. Her main areas of interests are children's publishing, history of illustrations, the history of books and printing. Her greatest wish is to be professionally involved in any area listed above and among many dreams to become an editor of children's picture books.
Ivona Krkač is a graduate student of Information Sciences at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek. Right now she is working on her graduate thesis from the field of publishing. Along with the studying, she has been working as a receptionst. She has a wide range of interests, from web design, user experience, programming to publishing industry. Her hope is to, in the future, work on either web design or publishing.
Tanja Slijepčević is a recent graduate at the Department of Information Sciences at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek. Currently, she is on Erasmus + internship in Dublin, Ireland, where she works as a marketing and editorial intern in Author Rights Agency and its imprint Betimes Books. She participated in Erasmus study programme in Graz, Austria, where she spent one semester. Her main interest is working in publishing industry and is interested in literature and history of books.
Josipa Iljić is a third year student of Information Sciences at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek. Her participation in the works of the ASIS&T organisation and the European Workshop conference is the first of that kind in her education, but certainly not the last. Her main interest is everything to do with web design, and her greatest hope is the enrollment in an MA program of Informatics in the Department of Communication and Information Sciences at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb.