I'm an PhD candidate at the Graduate School of Decisions Sciences, University of Konstanz, an affiliated member of the Communication, Networks and Contention Research Group lead by Prof. Dr. Nils B. Weidmann, and a writer.
If this is your first time here, this site hosts all my writing on political and data science and everything else that interests me. Which is everything.
This site is more than a blog, too. It contains links to my projects, research papers, and the notes I take on the things I read, watch or listen to so you can learn from it. If you want to talk, you can reach me via email or on twitter.
Last but not least, if you enjoy the things you find here, you should definitely join my newletter. It's an occasional email with all the interesting stuff I've read or dug up somewhere, plus new articles and new book notes.
P.S.: In case you're here for my academic research: my research interests cover the political influence of information and communication technology, ranging from the technical means of censorship to the effectiveness of digital tactics, as well as hatecrime and other politically motivated violence. Data collection for my research is mostly done through OSINT techniques, mostly in R, Python and (Postgre)SQL, but I'm always trying to expand my toolkit and learn more.