Ann-Kathrin Lindner has been the head of the Zukunftslabor Sicherheit since 2022 and is responsible for its strategic direction. In this role, she focuses on (technological) innovations in civilian security research, as well as knowledge transfer and communicative exchange between politics, science, business, authorities and organizations with security tasks (BOS), end-users, and relief organizations. Prior to this, she worked as a research associate for the Interdisciplinary Security Research working group at the Free University of Berlin and the Research Forum Öffentliche Sicherheit.
Currently, she is studying computer science at the Free University of Berlin. She also obtained her Bachelor's degree in German Philology and Journalism and Communication Studies from the same university. She completed her Master's degree in European Literatures at Humboldt University in Berlin and Sorbonne IV in Paris.
Research Group “Digitalization and Networked Security“