Main research and teaching areas
- Democratic theory
- Policy processes
- Critical public administration
Current research and teaching
One of the challenges for democracy is the classical dilemma between democracy and expertise. My research focuses on the role of experts and expert knowledge in policy-making on technological issues and how this relates to democracy. This is also the core in my teaching.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
I am engaged in questions on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its effects on society in several ways.
AI Lund, an interdisciplinary open network for research, education and innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence, coordinated by Lund University.
Samtech, a social science think tank discussing digitisation, Artificial Intelligence, robotics, the Internet of Things and other smart solutions
Member of reference group to Komet, Committee for technological innovation and ethics
Coordinator of the social science master’s course AI in Society
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Ph.D. at Lund University in 2007. Researcher in the Pufendorf Institute epigenetics theme 2009–2010. Post doc in Lund 2011–2012. Appointed an Excellent Teacher Practioner (ETP) in 2012. Researcher in the Pufendorf A Plurality of Lives theme 2016–2017.