|since 2020||Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU) |
Research Strategy Unit
|Science manager |
Development and management of research funding instruments, monitoring and reporting processes, communication measures – e.g. for the strategy program LMUexcellent and the German Tenure-Track Program; process optimization, quality management, knowledge management; content management for LMU.de/forschung and LMU.de/academic-careers.
|2015 – 2019||Technische Universität München (TUM)|
Munich Center for Technology in Society (MCTS), Management Office
|2017 – 2019: Science manager |
Reporting, committee coordination, knowledge management, coordination of MCTS website relaunch, website administration/content management.
2015 – 2017: Science manager / Research associate
Assistant to the managing director of the MCTS graduate center. Various administrative tasks, event organization.
|2010 – 2015||Technische Universität München (TUM)|
Chair for Robotics and Embedded Systems
|2013 – 2015: Science manager / Research associate |
2010 – 2013: Science manager / Graduate assistant
Project management, reporting, PR, and quality management in international EU-funded robotics consortium projects (ECHORD, ECHORD++, SMART-E).
|2006 – 2010||Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU) |
Chair of General and Experimental Psychology
|Student assistant / Graduate assistant|
Conduction of psychophysiological experiments (EEG, eye tracking, hand movement tracking) and laboratory management.
|2020||Technische Universität München (TUM) |
Munich Center for Technology in Society (MCTS)
|Science and Technology Studies – Dr. phil.|
・Doctoral Thesis: ‘Robots Wanted: Dead And/Or Alive. The Attribution of In/Animacy to Robot Technology‘ [Abstract (PDF)].
・Published 2021 as ‘More Than Machines? The Attribution of (In)Animacy to Robot Technology‘ with Transcript Publishing
・Advisor: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen (Universität Hamburg, Professorship of Science and Innovation Research; formerly at TUM, Chair of Sociology of Science).
・03/2015 – 08/2017: PhD scholarship, Andrea von Braun Foundation.
・An essay reflecting on the interdisciplinary aspects of my doctoral research is available here (PDF, in German). It was written in the context of my Andrea von Braun Foundation PhD scholarship.
|Psychology – Diplom (equivalent to M.Sc.)|
・Majors: Neuro-cognitive psychology & occupational/organizational psychology.