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
Associate Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the University of Twente and the Principal Investigator of the Processing Citizenship project
Post-doctoral researcher on the Processing Citizenship project. His research interests lie at the intersection of border and migration studies, citizenship studies, critical security studies as well as science and technology studies
Assistant on the Processing Citizenship project and Master’s student in Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society at the University of Twente. Previous work and education focused on Migration, Law, Political Science and Management
PhD researcher. Her recent research focus is on migration and border studies; political governance and humanitarian aid, ethical and methodological research issues
Doctoral researcher on the Processing Citizenship project. Specializes in Science and Technology Studies, Border and Migration Studies, Environmental Studies
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