… studied International Development at the University of Vienna and is currently undertaking a PhD project at the University of Bath (Department of Social & Policy Science).
Since his studies at university, he has been interested in computer aided methods such as Natural Language Processing (NLP), data scraping/mining etc. and has used these methods and techniques in research projects ever since. His research—including his PhD project—focuses on the nexus of science and politics on the one hand and science and business/civil society on the other.
He was engaged in several international (including the FP7 project ALICE RAP) and national research projects at the University of Bath (UK), the University Aarhus (DK), the Social Science Research Center Berlin (GER), and the Commission for Development Research (AT). At the ACDH, he is currently working on the APIS project.
- Bernád, Ágoston Zénó, Maximilian Kaiser, Katalin Lejtovicz, and Matthias Schlögl. Mapping historical networks. Working with biographical data. Johannes Preiser-Kapeller. Proceedings Entangled Worlds Conference 2016.