I am a post-doc researcher in the field of communication science at the Department of Media Psychology at the School of Communication of the University of Hohenheim (Stuttgart, Germany). I have studied communication science, economic sciences, and philosophy at the Johannes Gutenberg University (Mainz, Germany) and the Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia).
In my research, I primarily aim at understanding computer-mediated communication from different perspectives. I am specifically interested in the psychological experience of privacy in online environments. Currently, I am investigating how people navigate networked environments while engaging in privacy regulation and self-disclosure. I am further interested in alternative methods of data collection (e.g., tracking and experience sampling methods) and statistical modeling (e.g., bayesian modeling, structure equation modeling, multilevel modeling, and item response theory). My research (→ research) has been published in national and international journals and books (→ publications).
As an academic teacher at the University of Hohenheim, I have taught several bachelor and master courses on a variety of topics. I have also conducted statistic workshops at differnet universities in Germany (→ teaching).
For more information, have a look around this website or download my curriculum vitae (→ CV).