CV 03/2021

Personal Information

Born in Austria
Mother of a 14-year-old


Education

2014-2017
University of Innsbruck, Austria. MA in Sociology: Social and Political Theory
Thesis: Smart City - 21st Century Panopticon? Rationality and high modernist ideology in sustainable urban planning.
Advisor: Univ.-Prof.Dr. Alan Scott

2016
University of Basel, Switzerland.
Semester abroad, Swiss-European Mobility Programme.

2010-2014
University of Innsbruck, Austria. BA in Sociology
1st Thesis (translation): Scientific identity in the Web 2.0.
Advisor: assoz.Prof. Dr.in Silvia Rief
2nd Thesis (translation): Linguistic habitus of Austria’s political elite.
Advisor: Prof. Dr. Markus Pohlmann


Research Projects

03/2021-02/2023
Dissertation, University of Vienna, Department of Sociology, Vienna Doctoral School of Social Sciences
The changing rules of local welfare: Territorial disparities and welfare policy institutions in times of new social risks in Austria and the United Kingdom.
Adivsor: Univ-Prof. Yuri Kazepov, PhD Kazepov & Univ.-Prof.Dr. Alan Scott

05/2018-02/2021
Research assistant, University of Vienna
Horizon2020 project COHSMO: Inequality, urbanization and territorial cohesion: Developing the European social model of economic growth and democratic capacity.
www.cohsmo.aau.dk
Univ-Prof. Yuri Kazepov, PhD Kazepov

02/2016-05/2019
Research assistant, University of Innsbruck
EU 7th Framework Research project SINFONIA: Socio-economic analysis of the refurbishment measurements in Innsbruck and Bolzano in coordination with partners from EURAC.
www.sinfonia-smartcities.eu
Univ-Prof.Dr. Wolfgang Streicher

10/2013-01/2014
Junior assistant, University of Innsbruck
Research and development of a database on scientific curricula with ERC grants for the research project ERASCIENCE.
Dr. Barbara Bach-Hönig


Teaching

Winter 2020/21
Lecturer, University of Innsbruck
Full online course Scientific Writing in Sociology

2012–2014, 2016
Tutor, University of Innsbruck
Applied Methods of Social Sciences for one semester 2016.
Ass.-Prof. Claudia Globisch

Introduction to Sociology for three semesters 2012-2014.
ao. Univ.-Prof. Heinz-Jürgen Niedenzu

Statistics for one semester 2012.
ao. Univ.-Prof. Gilg Seeber


Awards and Scholarships

2020 sowi:docs Fellowship, University of Vienna
Competitive Prae-doc Position to fully fund excellent dissertation projects, 3 years.

2019 Austrian Sociological Association
Award for best master thesis 2017-2018

2012, 2014, 2015 University of Innsbruck
Academic excellence scholarship

2015-2016 Pro Scientia
Scholarship for excellence