Sabine Pfeiffer has been researching and teaching at the Chair of Sociology (Technology - Work - Society) at the Nuremberg Campus of Technology of the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg since the beginning of 2018. After training and working as a toolmaker and studying production engineering, she completed her master's degree in sociology, philosophy and psychology in 1998 with distinction.
From 2000 to 2010 she did research at the Institute for Social Science Research e.V. (ISF Munich) and received her doctorate and habilitation during this time. In 2010 she was appointed to the University of Applied Sciences in Munich and in 2014 to the University of Hohenheim. Sabine Pfeiffer is a member of the academic advisory board of, among others, the Platform Industry 4.0 and the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) as well as a member of the Council for the World of Work. Her central areas of research focus on the effects of the digital transformation on labour and society.
Member of the Advisory Board, Weizenbaum Institute
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