Coming from the field of cultural and social anthropology, I started working at the Institute for Production Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (LaFT) at the Helmut Schmidt University in 2012 on a project dealing with inter-organizational knowledge management in global production networks. There, I began to develop an interest in digital production technologies and open fabrication laboratories. In my current position as a senior research fellow at LaFT, I investigate their transformative potential for knowledge and production processes, forms of technological learning, and bottom-up economic development.
Being an AGYA member allows me to exchange and develop ideas across very different academic fields and cultural backgrounds.
I believe the ability to integrate multiple perspectives is essential for advancing research and creating viable solutions that have a societal impact. For me, international interdisciplinary research means learning from each other through dialogue, developing new interfacing opportunities, and promoting committed pluralism.
|2018 - today|| |
Postdoctoral Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Production Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (LaFT), Helmut Schmidt University, Germany, working on the projects:
|2018||Doctoral degree with honours in the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences, University of Hamburg, Germany|
|2012 - 2018|| |
Research fellow at the Institute for Production Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (LaFT), Helmut Schmidt University, Germany, working on the projects:
|2011 - 2012||Freelancer in sales marketing and film production advertising in Asia, Australia and New Zealand|
|2010||Master’s degree with honours in Ethnology at the Philips University of Marburg and the University of Hamburg, Germany|
- My Commitment to AGYA
- Task Force 'Salon Sophie Charlotte' 2021, 2022
On a personal note
Must read in my discipline:
Fab: The coming revolution on your desktop – From personal computers to personal fabrication by Neil Gershenfield (2011)
Momo: Die seltsame Geschichte von den Zeit-Dieben und von dem Kind, das den Menschen die gestohlene Zeit zurückbrachte by Michael Ende (1973)
The scientist from my country you should know:
Hannah Arendt, Political Philosophy