Education/ Career:

Current position: senior postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Technology Assessment (ITA), Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, & lecturer at the Department of Science and Technology Studies, University of Vienna/ Austria

  • project lead: Algorithmic Imaginaries. Visions and values in the shaping of search engines (Austrian Science Fund (FWF), 2016-2022)
  • project co-lead: Socio-technical analysis of the so called “AMS-algorithm” of the Austrian Public Employment Service (AMS) (Austrian Chamber of Labor, 2019-2020)
  • project lead: Glocal Search. Search technology at the intersection of global capitalism and local socio-political cultures (Jubiläumsfonds, OeNB, 2012-2015)

since 2018 member of the renowned Young Academy of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW)

since 2015 on the editorial board of TripleC. Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society

since 2014 co-editor of the open-access journal “Momentum Quarterly – Journal for social progress

since 2005: lecturer at the Department of Science and Technology Studies

2010-2012: postdoc fellow at HUMlab, Umeå/ Sweden

2005-2010: doctoral student for Dr.phil. (Sociology), University of Vienna/ Austria

2005-2010: lecturer at the Department of Nursing Science, University of Vienna/ Austria

since 2008: co-organizer and member of the doctoral network “Internet Research”, University of Vienna/ Austria

since 2005: associate of the foundation, Amsterdam/ Netherlands

2004-2008: contract researcher at the Department of Science & Technology Studies (project lead: Ulrike Felt):

– “Virtually Informed. The internet in the medical field” (FWF)

– “Challenges of Biomedicine. Socio-cultural contexts, European governance and bioethics” (EU)

– “Let’s talk about GOLD. Analysing the interactions between genome-research(ers) and the public as a learning process” (bm:bwk, GEN-AU)

2002-2003: University of Jussieu, Paris/France

1996-2002: Studies of sociology and communication science with a focus on Science and Technology Studies (STS), University of Vienna/ Austria

1995: Matura, Linz/ Austria

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