My research focuses on attitudes, migration, and political communication using quantitative and computational methods as well as natural language processing. The results were published in esteemed general social science journals like Social Forces, European Sociological Review (1 and 2), European Journal of Political Research, and top-tier specialty outlets such as Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (1 and 2), International Migration Review, and Mass Communication and Society. My work received the Janet A. Harkness Award of the World Association for Public Opinion Research and the American Association for Public Opinion Research and the German Preis der Fritz Thyssen Stiftung für sozialwissenschaftliche Aufsätze. Moreover, the findings were featured in national and international media, and influenced policy institutions such as the World Bank, the European Parliament and the International Labour Organization. For my information on my research see here, my CV is available here.
As an educator, I am enthusiastic about teaching quantitative methods and research design. I have several years of teaching experience across various institutions, which also includes supervising Bachelor’s and Master’s theses.