Felix Gaisbauer studied Physics and Philosophy at LMU Munich and earned his PhD at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in 2022. He is part of the research group "Digital News Dynamics" at Weizenbaum Institute, where he studies the use of computational methods to capture news-driven public debate online. His core research areas are network theory, modelling of complex systems and quantitative analysis of platform communication, e.g. on Twitter.
Research Group „Digital News Dynamics“
Gaisbauer, Pournaki, Banisch, Olbrich: Ideological differences in engagement in public debate on Twitter. Plos one, 16(3), e0249241
Gaisbauer, Olbrich, Banisch: Dynamics of opinion expression. Phys. Rev. E 102, 4, 042303
Pournaki, Gaisbauer, Banisch, Olbrich: The twitter explorer: a framework for observing Twitter through interactive networks. Journal of Digital Social Research, 3(1), 106–118
Gaisbauer, Pournaki, Banisch, Olbrich: Grounding force-directed network layouts with latent space models. arXiv:2110.11772