Urszula Pawlicka-Deger, a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Media at the Aalto University and part of Research Data Management Working Group at the Aalto. She earned a doctorate with distinction in Literary Studies at the University of Warmia and Mazury. Her Ph.D. thesis, "Literature and New Media. Theory and Practice" was released as a monograph titled "Electronic Literature: Towards Processual Approach" (Literatura cyfrowa. W stronę podejścia procesualnego, Katedra 2017). She published the following selected papers devoted to electronic literature: "Electronic Literature: Definition, History and Theories", in: "Electronic Literature: Contexts, Forms, and Practices", ed. by D. Grigar and J. O'Sullivan, Bloomsbury (forthcoming), "Visualizing Electronic Literature Collections" in “CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture” (2016/18.1), and "Towards a History of Electronic Literature" in “CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture” (2014/16.5). Currently, she conducts research on infrastructure and conceptual transformations in the humanities with an emphasis on laboratory place. Her last publications related to this topic are "Laboratory: A New Space in Digital Humanities", in: "Institutions, Infrastructures at the Interstices", ed. A. McGrail, et al,, University of Minnesota Press (forthcoming) and "Data, Collaboration, Laboratory: Bringing Concepts from Science into Humanities Practice" released in “English Studies” (2017). Besides, she works on open science and research data management in digital humanities. She presented her work at the international conferences and workshops, including “The Making of the Humanities VI” at the University of Oxford (2017), the American Comparative Literature Association’s Annual Meeting at Harvard University (2016), and Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria (2014). She was a visiting Fulbright scholar in Creative Media and Digital Culture at Washington State University Vancouver, US (2014/2015), and a visiting researcher in English Department at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, US (2015/2016). Contact: www.pawlickadeger.com.