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

Stefan Kuhlmann contributes to Processing Citizenship as Wouter's senior supervisor at the University of Twente. Stefan is professor of Science, Technology and Society at the University of Twente, and Academic Director of WTMC, the Dutch Graduate Research School Science, Technology, and Modern Culture.  He works on research and technological innovation as social and political processes, focusing on governance and politics.

Stefan Kuhlmann is full professor of Science, Technology and Society (STS) at the University of Twente since 2006. He chairs the Department Science, Technology, and Policy Studies (STəPS) and he is Academic Director of WTMC, the Dutch Graduate Research School Science, Technology, and Modern Culture. Earlier he held leading positions at Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany (1988-2006), was Professor of Innovation Policy at University of Utrecht (2001-2006) and researcher at the University of Kassel (Germany, 1979-1988).  He works on research and technological innovation as social and political processes, focusing on governance and politics, and he publishes widely in the field of research and innovation policy studies. From 2005 until 2019 he was Editor of Research Policy (Elsevier). He is Associate Editor of Int. J. of Foresight and Innovation Policy (IJFIP) and on boards of many academic journals. Books include The Theory and Practice of Innovation Policy. An International Research Handbook (2010, with R. Smits & P. Shapira); Research Handbook on Innovation Governance for Emerging Economies: Towards Better Models (2017, with G. Ordonez); Handbook on Science and Public Policy. (2019, with D. Simon et al.).