Andreas Birkbak

PhD Science & Technology Studies (STS), Sociology - BSc and MSc, MSc Social Science of the Internet

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    2450 København SV



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Andreas Birkbak is an Associate Professor in the Techno-Anthropology Research Group in the Department of Culture and Learning at Aalborg University (AAU) in Copenhagen. He is also on the Executive Committee of the Techno-Anthropology Lab (@TANTlab). His research focuses on digital publics but he engages broadly with science and technology studies and related fields. Andreas completed his PhD in 2016 at AAU on the topic of how (digital) publicity media contribute to issue politics. He also holds an MSc in Social Science of the Internet (University of Oxford), and an MSc+BSc in Sociology (University of Copenhagen). Funded by an ‘elite researcher’ government grant, he was previously a visiting PhD scholar at the Centre for the Sociology of Innovation at Ecole des Mines and the médialab at Sciences Po, both in Paris (2014), and at the Centre for the Invention and Social Process at Goldsmiths, University of London (2015). He has published in journals such as Science as Culture, Computational Culture, Techné, First Monday, and Design Issues, and also has a book out in Danish on digital methods with Anders Munk (2017).

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1 Jan 201329 Jan 2016

Award Date: 25 May 2016

Sociology, Master of Science, University of Copenhagen


Award Date: 9 Oct 2012

Social Science of the Internet, Master of Science, University of Oxford


Award Date: 1 Sep 2011

Sociology, Bachelor of Science, University of Copenhagen


Award Date: 1 Feb 2010


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