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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - IRI THESys

Krystin Unverzagt

Doctoral Researcher
The co-production of integrated assessment modelling and social order

 

  • Co-production of the environment and the social within knowledge processes
  • Underlying assumptions and method choice in environmental modelling and assessment
  • Philosophical implications of public engagement in science
     

„IRI THESys manifests a much-needed effort at scientific collaboration across disciplines for the purpose of sustainability research. In order to come up with solutions for human-environment interaction, humans can benefit greatly from mobilizing the complementary resources of natural science and social studies.” Krystin Unverzagt

Krystin Unverzagt is a doctoral researcher at IRI THESys. After obtaining a B.A. in “Politics and Society” from the University of Bonn, Germany, she graduated in “Science, Technology and Society” (M.Sc.) from University College London (UCL) in 2015. Krystin has worked as research assistant at the Center for Global Studies in Bonn and at UCL in London, as consultant for the German Development Agency GIZ, and as Task Force Liaison Officer in the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin.

Her research project on “Knowing and Making the Climate Citizen: On the Co-Production of Integrated Assessment Modelling and Social Order” is funded by the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes).

Krystin joined the IRI THESys Graduate Program in December 2017. 

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