October 2018 - July 2021Department of Science and Technology Studies at the University of Vienna
Master of Arts (MA) in Science-Technology-Society
October 2015 - July 2018Department of Sociology at the University of Vienna
Bachelor's degree programme in Sociology (paused)
October 2012 - September 2015Cooperative State University of Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Business Information Management
September 2004 - July 2012Johannes-Kepler-Gymnasium at Weil der Stadt
August 2021 - TodaybetterNet e.U.
Founder at betterNet e.U.
January 2021 - TodayDepartment of Science and Technology Studies at University of Vienna
Researcher in the project 'Cyber-Physical Intensive Care Medical System for Covid-19' (ICU4Covid)
February 2020 - April 2021Climate Walk by the Wanderers of Changing Worlds
Finance, Website & IT
September 2019 - February 2021Faculty of Social Sciences at University of Vienna
Teaching Assistant for 'Theory and History of Science'
September 2017 - August 2019Faculty of Social Sciences at University of Vienna
Teaching Assistant for 'Basics of Social Science Methodology'
September 2017 - February 2018Corporate Communications at University of Vienna
Social Media Editor
October 2016 - August 2017Swing Kitchen in Vienna
Employee & Shift Supervisor
October 2015 - September 2016IBM Austria in Vienna
Social Media Manager for Events & Data Analyst
September 2014 - September 2015IBM Germany in Ehningen
Web & Social Media Manager
June 2014 - August 2014IBM U.S. in New York
Corporate Citizenship Initiatives Assistant
October 2012 - May 2014IBM Germany in Ehningen
Web & Social Media Manager
Starting in October 2022Cooperative State University of Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart
Lecturer for 'Technological Innovations and their Social and Environmental Impacts'
The idea of technological innovation as the driver for wealth, well-being, and progress as well as the solution for social challenges has prevailed within the last decades in both business and politics. At the same time, we are currently witnessing rising inequalities in terms of access to technologies; we are confronted with a growing polarization between and within societies across the globe; and we are experiencing the devastating effects of climate change. To shed a light on the interconnectedness of technological innovations and their social as well as environmental implications, this course will zoom in on five topical case studies: Autonomous driving, artificial intelligence, brain-computer-interfaces, drones, and (anti?)social networks.
Rooted in the interdisciplinary field of Science and Technology Studies (STS), this course will enable its participants to understand the complex interlockings between technological innovations, societal developments, and environmental effects. By bringing together concepts, methods, and insights from STS with topical examples, this course aims to sensitize its participants for the diverse challenges that future global decision makers need to consider beyond questions of established management practices. To do so, this course will provide necessary topical inputs, examine various perspectives on current global challenges, and foster discussion among the participants.
September 2019 - TodayCooperative State University of Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart
Lecturer for 'Technology Assessment'
This lecture focuses on the topic and method of "technology assessment". Based on specific case studies I want to enable students to think about the implications of new technologies for societies.
July 2018 - July 2021Cooperative State University of Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart
Lecturer for 'Society and Information Technology'
This lecture deals with the intersection of society and information technology. Based on the Actor-Network-Theory and the idea of Co-Production students learn about the challenges that are topical in this area (ethical, social and political questions). Different foci topics are set every semester: Big Data, Algorithms, Self-Driving Cars and Technological Impact Assessment.