Research fellow (Postdoc) at Technische Universität Berlin, Department of Sociology, in the graduate school ‚Innovation Society Today‘.
01/2017 - 12/2018
Research fellow at the Institute for Criminological Research (IKS) of the Universität Hamburg in the research project ‘Predictive Policing. An ethnographic study of new crime prediction technologies and their effects on police practices’, under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Susanne Krasmann (funded by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation)
10/2013 - 11/2018
Doctoral student at the Institute for Criminological Research (IKS) of the Universität Hamburg. Conferment of Doctoral Degree on 15.11.2018 with a dissertation named ‚Discourse and materiality – a dispositive analysis of drug testing‘.
11/2013 - 12/2016
Research fellow at the Institute of Public Health and Nursing Research (IPP) of the University of Bremen in the research project ‘Application Rationalities and Consequences of Drug Testing Procedures’ funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) (duration: from 11/2013 to 12/2016).
04/2014 - 08/2014
Research fellow at the Institute for Criminological Research (IKS) of the Universität Hamburg in the research project ‘Societal and Economic Effects of New Security Measures in Ferry traffic’ (sub-project in the collaborative research project ‘Security-Enhancement of Persons in Ferry Traffic’ [VesperPlus]) funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) (duration: from 09/2011 to 08/2014).
10/2010 - 03/2013
Studies of International Criminology at the Institute for Criminological Research (IKS) of the Universität Hamburg (received degree: Master of Arts). Title of the thesis: ‘Drug testing procedures at the workplace – a dispositive analysis of sociotechnical ensembles’.
10/2007 - 09/2010
Studies of Social Sciences (syllabus of political science, sociology and empirical social research) at the Department of Social Sciences of the University of Osnabrück (received degree: Bachelor of Arts). Title of the thesis: ‘Social Scientific explanation concepts concerning the nexus of right-wing populism and losers of modernization – a comparative analysis from an interdisciplinary perspective’.
Research Group "Quantification and Social Regulation"
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