Teaching: List of taught courses


Substantive courses

Exercise course “Introduction to Political Science” Summer 2014
Lecture “Policy analysis: Opportunities and challenges of Industry 4.0” Summer 2021
Seminar “Analyzing political communication”Winter 2017/18; Winter 2018/19; Winter 2019/20
Seminar “Applied market research”Summer 2014; Summer 2015; Summer 2016
Seminar “Data, algorithms, and democracy”Summer 2020; Winter 2020/21
Seminar “Digitization: Socio-technological change and political consequences”Summer 2018
Seminar “Governance by and of artificial intelligence”Summer 2021
Seminar “In-depth study of empirical social science methods in the area of election studies”Summer 2017; Summer 2018
Seminar “In-depth study of empirical social science methods in the area of attitudes towards democracy”Summer 2018; Winter 2018/19
Seminar “Party competition”Summer 2016
Seminar “Political attitude and behavior research”Summer 2015, Summer 2019

Methods courses

Exercise course “Methods and statistics in Political Science”Winter 2012/13 (5x); Winter 2013/14 (5x); Summer 2015/16 (4x)
Seminar “Applications of social science analysis”Winter 2016/17; Winter 2017/18; Summer 2018
Lecture “Introduction to empirical social science methods”Summer 2017; Winter 2017/18