I studied Computer Science at Technische Universität Wien (Vienna, Austria) with a focus on Human Computer Interaction and Ethics in CS.
Based on the work on my master's thesis (which is the basis for my MCH workshop proposal), I already published two peer-reviewed articles, and conducted national and international workshops.
I have a strong interest in politics, activism and society and the connections in between these topics and computer sciences. I was a student representative and political activist on various university levels (Österreichische Hochschüler_innenschaft) over the course of my studies, and am a member of Chaos Computer Club Wien (c3w) and metalab (hackspace in Vienna).
Let's talk about our projects and surroundings, and how their setup may be discrimnating.
Let's find barriers, and think about ways of to remove or bypass them.
Whether it's about your hackspace being way too white and able-bodied, your IT project being too male-dominated, or your leftist intiative somehow being very non-working class: let's find a way to figure this out and make your surroudings more diverse and equitable.