Ariane Voglhuber-Slavinsky studied renewable resources and bioenergy, as well as agribusiness at the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart. Prior to this, she completed a diploma in health management in tourism at the FH JOANNEUM (Austria). Since 2018 she has been a researcher at the Competence Center Foresight at Fraunhofer ISI. Her main areas of work include trend and scenario analyses to support strategy processes, qualitative surveys and strategy work for regional development. She is experienced with the implementation of future dialogues involving stakeholders as well as citizens. She is involved in numerous projects for the European Commission, industrial clients, associations and federal ministries. In current projects, she is working on co-creation multi-actor approaches to build intermediate food value chains, on innovative down-scaled FOod processing in a boX (FOX) as well as on a knowledge and information system supporting automated, small-scale agriculture (DAKIS).