Digital registration of migrants as co-production of citizens, territory and Europe

Sociologists of technology, communication and political scholars, software developers, ethnographers:
a trans-disciplinary project as Processing Citizenship requires a multi-disciplinary team.

And a lot of curiosity.

Discover our dream team

ANNALISA PELIZZA

Associate Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the University of Twente and the Principal Investigator of the Processing Citizenship project
WOUTER VAN ROSSEM

joins the Processing Citizenship project as a PhD student.  From working as a software engineer in different companies and recently at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, he comes with a varied background of both theoretical and hands-on knowledge
ERMIONI FREZOULI

Doctoral researcher on the Processing Citizenship project. Specializes in Science and Technology Studies, Border and Migration Studies, Environmental Studies
Assistant Professor of Economic Sociology at the University of Milan Ombretta Ingrascì joined the Processing citizenship project as a Research Associate
Assistant Professor of Economic Sociology at the University of Milan Ombretta Ingrascì joined the Processing citizenship project as a Research Associate
Lorenzo has started working for the Processing Citizenship project as a PhD candidate. He holds a Master Degree in Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society (PSTS) from the University of Twente and a Master degree in Philosophy from the University of Turin. His interest in interdisciplinary research led him to join the Processing Citizenship research group.
Claudio Coletta (Ph.D. in Sociology and Social Research - Research programme in Information Systems and Organizations) currently works as a research manager in the Urban Studies Institute (USI) - University of Antwerp. His research revolves around the fields of Science & Technology Studies, Urban Studies and Organization Studies, with a special interest in the study of categorical work, infrastructures and organizational narratives, as explored through qualitative methodologies.
WOUTER WAANDERS

Bachelor student studying Peace & Conflict studies at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.  Working as a web manager at the University of Twente and at Processing Citizenship, he has an affinity for ICT.