Mag. David Reinberger (born 1976) works at the Vienna Ombuds Office for Environmental Protection, where he is in charge of technical environmental protection and assumes the tasks of the City of Vienna commissioner for protection from nuclear power. A theoretical physicist, he studied theoretical nuclear physics and particle physics at the University of Vienna.
Besides communication with relevant authorities of neighbouring countries, the tasks of the City of Vienna commissioner for protection from nuclear power include development of information materials for the population and decision makers, as well as representation of Vienna in transboundary proceedings and papers on accident protection.
Besides own papers, such as those for "The technological and economical future of nuclear power“ (Springer, 2019) or "Nukleare Katastrophen und ihre Folgen" (Nuclear catastrophes and their consequences; Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, 2016), he maintains close scientific collaboration, e.g., with the Austrian Institute of Ecology and the Institute of Safety and Risk Sciences of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences.