Sebastian Neubert has been a physicist in three different experiments at CERN since 2005, researching the strong interaction of particles. In 2012 he became a research fellow at CERN and joined the LHCb collaboration, which is operating one of the four large experiments at the Large Hadron Collider. In 2015 he went to Heidelberg University where he got awared a Junior Research Group in the DFG Emmy Noether program in 2017. He is working on the data selection and analysis of the LHCb experiment and leads the analysis preservation and reproducibility working group of that collaboration. CERN is currently developing a central analysis preservation service for all experiments conducted at the laboratory. This new service is developed in a collaborative effort involving physicists from the different collaborations, the CERN IT team and the CERN library.