New Doctoral Researcher joins CRISP
CRISP would like to welcome its third doctoral student, Roger Von Laufenberg. Roger will be based at St Andrews and is funded by the Big Data Surveillance project. Over the next three years he will be studying Big Data Analytics and changes to marketing practices, focussing on how marketing organisations are making sense of Big Data and to what extent ethical, privacy and societal impacts of Big Data analytics are taken into consideration by the organisation.
Roger joins us from the Vienna Centre for Societal Security (VICESSE) and he previously worked at the Institute for the Sociology of Law and Criminology (IRKS) at the University of Vienna. While in Vienna he participated in European and national research projects on Surveillance, Security and Technology as well as Extremism/Radicalisation (for example Increasing Resilience in Surveillance Societies (IRISS) or Evaluation and Certification Schemes for Security Products (CRISP). He completed his Masters studies in Sociology at the University of Vienna in Austria, with a research emphasis on Science and Technology Studies, Surveillance and Urban Sociology. You can read more about Roger here