Working as a doctoral student in the Nuclearwaters-Project (ERC Consolidator Grant, PI Per Högselius), I focus on the nuclear history of Eastern Europe, especially on the territory of the former Soviet Union and its successor states. Furthermore, I investigate expert cultures in nuclear discourses, with a special interest in water-related issues in nuclear power plant decision-making. In addition, I am intrigued by the entanglement of the commercial, scientific and political interests concerning nuclear technologies, with its sometimes harsh consequences on human societies and the environment.
Key topics of my research are:
- Energy Complexes
- Nuclear Energy and Aquatic Systems
- Nuclear Disasters (Chernobyl)
- Siting of Nuclear Power Plants
- Nuclear Safety
- Expert Cultures and Risk
Before I joined KTH, I worked as a research assistant at the Department for Eastern European History at the University of Göttingen (Germany) and at Museum Friedland (Germany) on Migration History of the Federal Republic of Germany between 1945 and the present day. I graduated at Göttingen University in Eastern European and Common History, as well as in Political Science with a study term abroad at the Russian State University for the Humanities (RGGU) in Moscow in 2016. In my private life, I passionately work on environmental projects and am always looking forward to engage colleagues in interesting discussions of common interest. Therefore, if you have any questions or ideas for cooperations, feel free to contact me at any time.
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Swedish Society, Culture and Industry in Historical Perspective (AK1213), assistant, teacher | Course web