Philipp is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Communication of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (Germany). He previously was a research assistant at the Department of Media Psychology at the University of Hohenheim (Stuttgart, Germany) and a visiting scholar at the Department of Communication at the Cornell University (Ithaca, USA). He has studied communication science, economic sciences, and philosophy at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (Germany) and the Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia). He earned his PhD in the social sciences at the University of Hohenheim in 2018.
Philipp’s research focuses on different aspects of computer-mediated communication. His work is characterized by different theoretical and interdisciplinary perspectives and a variety of methodological approaches. His research aims to understand digital media, their uses and effects, as well as their positive and negative implications for people’s daily life:
- Privacy and Self-disclosure Processes in Offline and Online Environments
- (Critical) Media Literacy
- Social Norms in Networked Publics
- Online Communication and Well-Being
- Methodology (e.g., Experience Sampling Methods, Longitudinal Modeling, Bayesian Approaches)
As an academic teacher, Philipp has taught several bachelor and master courses related to online communication, digital media use, and methods. He has also conducted statistic workshops at different universities in Germany and the US (→ teaching).
For more information, have a look around this website or download his curriculum vitae (→ CV).