Professional activities

Coordinator of SDG 4 (Quality Education) at UniNEtZ – Universitäten und nachhaltige Entwicklung, Austria, 2019-2021

Coordinator of Research Network 18 – Sociology of Communications and Media Research of the European Sociological Association, 2019-2021

Co-Director of The Institute for a Global Sustainable Information Society, 2019-present

External Advisor for the MA Data, Culture and Society, University of Westminster, UK, 2018

Seedcorn funding of the Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh, project title: Dynamics, Forms and Transformations of Academic Practice, 2016

Member and Management Committee Substitute of the European Cooperation in Science and Technology Action Dynamics of Virtual Work, supported by the EU Framework Programme (Horizon 2020), 2012-2016

Research Associate in the project Social Networking Sites in the Surveillance Society, funded by the Austrian Science Fund, Unified Theory of Information Research Group, 2010-2013

Member of the European Cooperation in Science and Technology Action Living in Surveillance Societies, supported by the EU Framework Programme (FP7), 2009-2013

Member of programme, organisation and review committees/boards/chairs of conferences at Uppsala University, Sweden, 2012; University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK, 2014; University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, 2014; Vienna University of Technology, Austria, 2015; Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic, 2015; University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal, 2016; University of Zagreb, Croatia, 2018; University of Stirling, Scotland, UK, 2019; University of Manchester, UK, 2019

Reviewer of books, articles and proposals for the following publishers, journals and organisations: Routledge; Polity Press; International Journal of Communication; European Journal of Communication; Critical Sociology; tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique; Learning, Media and Technology; Austrian Academy of Sciences; Academy of Finland; Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies; University of Westminster Press; Estonian Research Council; European Sociological Association; Economic and Social Research Council (UK); Palgrave Macmillan