Chair for Digital Democracy

Ulrike Klinger is a scholar in the field of political and digital communication.

After her PhD on media pluralism in defective democracies, she has worked extensively on the transformation of digital public spheres, the role of digital media in election campaigns, and the impact of technologies on public communication (e.g. algorithms, social bots). She is associated researcher at the Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society in Berlin.

Team

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Klinger

Professor for Digital Democracy

Dr. Johannes Gruber

Postdoctoral Researcher

Felix Trojan

Student Assistant

Johannes Schulze-Aissen

Student Assistant

Christine Jais

Student Assistant

Clara Baldus

Student Assistant

Friederike Schneider

Student Assistant

Shanti Walde

Student Assistant

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