I’ll give the keynote at the 2022 Cyberspace Conference, organized by the Institute of Law and Technology, Faculty of Law in cooperation with the Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University (Brno) and the European Academy of ICT Law (Vienna) in BRNO, November 25-26
I’m looking for a post-doc, starting November or later. Preference for people with a few years of work experience after PhD; upgrade to E14/deputy head of the lab possible. Feel free to share or contact me with questions! Early applications (in August) increase the chance of an interview before my holiday in September
Studie zu Vorteilen von berufsbezogener Nutzung sozialer Medien. Super spannend!
Länger angelegte Studie, regelmäßig Fragebögen
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80€ bei Abschluss
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I’m looking for a PhD student (36 months, starting July 1st or later) interested in the effects of knowledge-related social and mobile media use or other topics fitting to my Everyday Media Lab. Candidates should have a background in communication science, psychology, or a related discipline; knowledge of computational methods is an asset. Candidates who’d increase the diversity of the team are especially welcome.
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Now the official news is out – I have been upgraded from junior research lab to research lab. The title will also change from Social Media to Everyday Media to cover the fact that we also study how podcasts, YouTube videos, chatbots, or voice assistants like Alexa are used for knowledge-related processes. German news here.
I’m co-editing a special issue of the Publizistik on Human-Machine-Communication, together with Katrin Etzrodt (TU Dresden), Peter Gentzel (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg) and Sven Engesser (TU Dresden).
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Our review paper Social Media Use, Stress, and Coping in the special issue of Current Opinion in Psychology is finally online! Click here!
Results of the reviews for #ica22 came in yesterday – and we’ll be there with several talks. Most important – all PhD students got accepted with their PhD papers!Continue reading “Social Media Lab goes to Paris (hopefully!) #ica22”
I’m looking for a PhD student willing to work on one of the topics of the lab, for example informal learning with social media, algorithm acceptance, or human-machine communication. First round of interviews will start soon, but applications are still possible. More information here.