Doctoral Candidates at the MCTS

The MCTS offers a platform for doctoral candidates who use interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches in their doctoral projects to analyze the relationships between science, technology and society.

 

The following doctoral candidates are currently pursuing PhD degrees at the MCTS

Arms, Philipp
Ubiquitous datafication. Regimes of data processing and the struggle for privacy
Supervised by: PD Dr. Jan-Hendrik Passoth

Antonakaki, Melpomeni
Audit epistemologies: How response-ability became an engineering issue in stem cell biotechnologies
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Birdal, Cansu
Organizational Discourses and Practices in a New Organization Type: Industrie 4.0 Start-ups
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Buchholz, Johan
“Finally a project which goes according to plan – so far” – how organizations evaluate internal digitalization projects
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Clare, Amy
Technotransplantation: Critters, Care, and CRISPR-CAS9
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Ruth Müller

Clormann, Michael
(Re-)Exploring Places: „New Space” as a Material-discursive Sustainability Practice
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Drewlani, Tobias
Imagining Organizations. The Performativity of Models in Engineering Sciences
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Dzhimova, Mariya
Translating Virtual Reality into an Artistic Medium
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Frahm, Nina Maria
Responsible Innovation in Transnational Governance Settings
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sebastian Pfotenhauer

Geipel, Andrea
The Translation of Science on YouTube
Supervised by: PD Dr. Jan-Hendrik Passoth

Kuttler, Tobias
Mobile Spaces and the Politics of Urban Sustainability and Inclusion in the Global South. Whose Commons are we talking about?
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen / Prof. Dr. Sven Kesselring

Mayer, Henning
Sociality as Code. Innerworlds of Social Robotics
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Mendes, Claudia
Improvising a Light House. Economisation of Collective Concerns in an EU Smart City Project
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Ignacio Farias

Müller, Peter
How does Technology do itself? A strange (STS) Romance of Love, Fear, Trust, Hybridity, and (obviously) Technology Doings
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Nitschke, Luca
Sharing Mobilities beyond Capitalism. An Exploration into Non-Commercial Sharing Practicies
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen, Prof. Dr. Sven Kesselring

Orrego, Santiago
Times Square and the Infrastructures of the Public
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Ignacio Farías

Pöchhacker, Nikolaus
Sites of Prediction: Algorithmic transformation of context specific date into functional konwledge in the example of prediction software.
Supervised by: PD Dr. Jan-Hendrik Passoth

Pollozek, Silvan
Logistics of Migration. On the Role of (Digital) Infrastructures and Contemporary Border Regimes
Supervised by: PD Dr. Jan-Hendrik Passoth

Remter, Felix
Ontological Politics and Resonance-Devices in the Human-Honeybee Crisis
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Rossmann, Sophia
Toxic Entanglements. A Situated Analysis of Epigenetic Knowledge Production in Environmental Toxicology.
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Ruth Müller

Rueß, Anja
Co-Creating Publics: Living Lags and the Politics of Urban Experimentation
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Ruth Müller

Ruge, Luise
Understanding Regional Innovation Cultures: A Comparison of Three German City-Regions
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sebastian Pfotenhauer

Samaras, Georgia
Molecularising Trauma. An Ethnography of Psychological Stress in Epigenetic Research
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Ruth Müller

Strotmann, Marc
Towards the technical condition in the neurosciences
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Wenten, Klara-Aylin
“Now, with the tools available, anyone can change the world” An enquiry into the Maker Movement and its practices.
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen

Weller, Kevin
Drone-Building in(-between) prototypical milieus
Supervised by: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen