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Dr. Lukas Daniel Klausner

Research Fellow

Lukas Daniel Klausner is a computer scientist, mathematician and science and technology studies scholar currently working at the intersection of technology and society. After completing his PhD in mathematics at TU Wien in logic and set theory and graduating sub auspiciis Praesidentis rei publicae, he became fascinated by the interaction of society and technology and now conducts interdisciplinary research in and between computer science and science and technology studies. His work combines the precision and rigour of a mathematical and algorithmical mindset with a holistic approach and understanding of the societal and ethical issues raised by technological innovation.

During his fellowship at the Weizenbaum Institute, he is focussing on working on his monograph on contemporary pseudoscientific practices and their societal implications (joint work with Rita Gsenger).

Positions at Weizenbaum Institut

Research Fellow

Research Group: Norm Setting and Decision Processes

Fields of research

Intersection of computer science and science and technology studies

Critical algorithm and data studies, predictive technologies, technology and marginalisation, media change and technology, game studies


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