M.A. David Seibt
David studied Social- and Cultural Anthropology as well as Political Science at the Free University of Berlin. After spending a semester at Boğaziçi Üniversitesi in Istanbul, Turkey, he earned his BA in 2013. He completed his MA in Sociology at the Technical University of Berlin in 2015. Since October 2015, David is a PhD candidate at MCTS’ Reorganizing Industries Lab, where his research focuses on the changing user constructions in prosthetics following the introduction of 3D printing. As part of that work, he recently completed a two months stay as visiting scholar at the Biomedical Design and Systems Laboratory at the University of Victoria.
- 3D Printing in Prosthetics
- Industrial Organization
- User Configuration
- Distributed Innovation
- Makeathons as Research Method
- Seibt, David; Raschke, Silvia; Boulton, Lisa (2018): New Users in a Digital Workflow. 3D Printing in the Prosthetics Industry. In: American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association National Assembly: 2018 Proceedings Book. Vancouver, Canada, p. 108.
- Meyer, Uli; Seibt, David (2018): Creating Cyborgs, Superheroes, and Zombies. Configurations of Technologies, Bodies and Organizations in the Emerging Field of 3D-printed Hand Prostheses. In: 34th EGOS Colloquium: Surprise in and around Organizations: Journeys to the Unexpected. Tallinn, Estonia.
- Seibt, David (2017): Configuring Technologies, Organizations and User-Bodies. The Introduction of 3D Printing to the Prosthetics Industry. In: Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Boston, USA.
- Seibt, David (2017): Emancipation through digitalization? The case of 3D printing in the prosthetics industry. In: Proceedings of the 16th Annual IAS-STS Conference on Critical Issues in Science and Technology Studies. Graz, Austria, p. 58.
- Drewlani, Tobias; Seibt, David (2016): Tools of Control. The Cast of Project Ara. In: EASST/4S 2016: Science and Technology by Other Means – Exploring collectives, spaces and futures. Barcelona, Spain.
- International Sociological Association, Research Committee 54: The Body in the Social Sciences
- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Sektion Organisationssoziologie