Her research, focuses on understanding and designing mechanisms for collective decision making and collective behavior, both in artificial and living collectives.
Previously, as an IT consultant, she has worked on projects in management, human-computer interaction and software engineering in the field of IT and information security.
She laid the foundations by training in civil and criminal law, a degree in the judiciary of the state of Baden-Württemberg, a Bachelor in Information Science, and a Master of Science in Computer Science.
She is also a lecturer at various universities in the German-speaking world, as well as for Springer Nature Campus.
This results in a special focus of her engagement on the human-centered areas of information technology: security and society. In addition, she is studying ethics in the master’s degree program at Munich School of Philosophy .