Externally, KNOER is represented by a collegial chair elected by the member institutions for two years. Currently, the chair consists of Dr. Konrad Faber and PD Dr. Markus Deimann.
Dr. Marc Göcks and Peter Rempis function as Deputy Chairs and support the Chair on behalf of the KNOER Cooperation Network.
Representatives of other Member Institutions
The Virtual Office consists of staff from the participating member institutions and forms a coordination and communication team that takes care of operational tasks and works with the Chair on strategic issues.
The member institutions of KNOER are mandated in their respective federal states. They are active in various fields of work in the context of digitisation of research and teaching and provide a wide range of services in this context (networking, consulting, provision of infrastructures, promotion of Open Educational Resources, etc.).
Currently, the following seven state institutions are members of the KNOER cooperation network: