Lebenslauf

 

Wissenschaftliche Ausbildung

 

2006 – 2012                Promotion in Soziologie, 
                                        Department of Sociology, Lancaster University, Lancaster,
                                        Großbritannien
                                        Betreuer: Prof. John Law und Prof. Lucy Suchman
                                        Gutachter: Prof. Andrew Barry und Prof. Yoke-Sum Wong

2010 – 2011                  Gaststudent
                                        Institut für Europäische Ethnologie
                                        Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

2003 – 2004               MSc in New Media, Information and Society (Spezialisierung in
                                        Forschung) Department of Media and Communications
                                        London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), 
                                        Großbritannien

2002 – 2003               MA in Political Science
                                        Political Science Department
                                        Central European University (CEU), Budapest, Ungarn

1998 – 2002                BA in Kommunikations- und Medientheorie
                                        Institute für Kunstwissenschaft und Medientheorie
                                        Eötvös-Loránd-Universität Budapest (ELTE), Ungarn

1997 – 2002                BA/MA in Soziologie
                                        Institut für Soziologie
                                        Eötvös-Loránd-Universität Budapest (ELTE), Ungarn

 

 

Beruflicher Werdegang

 

2016 –                           University Fellow
                                        The Northern Institute
                                        Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australien

2012 – 2019                 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
                                        Institut für Soziologie (Lehrstuhl: Interpretative
                                        Sozialforschung)
                                        Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main

2011 – 2012                  Gaststipendiat
                                        „Innovation in Governance”Forschungsgruppe
                                        Zentrum Technik und Gesellschaft, Technische Universität zu
                                        Berlin

2008 – 2010                Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
                                         Relocating Innovation” Forschungsprojekt (The Leverhulme
                                        Trust)
                                         Department of Sociology, Lancaster University, Lancaster,
                                         Großbritannien

2006 – 2007                Seminar Tutor
                                         Department of Sociology, Lancaster
                                         University, Lancaster, Großbritannien

2005 – 2006                Scholar-in-residence
                                         Stanhope Centre for Communications Policy Research,
                                         London, Großbritannien

2004 – 2005                Gaststipendiat
                                         Center for Media and Communication Studies
                                         Central European University (CEU), Budapest, Ungarn