Aline Werro M.A.

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Aline Werro M.A.

Aline Brülisauer studied International Affairs and Governance at the University of St. Gallen (HSG), Switzerland. After her studies, she worked in the Swiss Federal Administration and dealt with various security and policy issues. Subsequently, she worked at the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) in the area of Security Sector Governance / Reform. Since March 2019, Aline Brülisauer has been working as a researcher at CISS at the University of the Bundeswehr in Munich.

As part of her doctorate at the Chair of Economics, in particular microeconomics and competition policy, Aline Brülisauer holds a special interest in game theory. Her main focus is on the application of game theoretical concepts to current challenges in security policy.


Aline Brülisauer tought in the module "Dealing with Uncertainty" within the MISS program. She is responsible for all matters concerning the allocation of teaching assignments and the use of the ILIAS platform in the MISS.


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