Dr. Johannes Starkbaum
- Science, Technology and Social Transformation
citizen participation, Quadruple Helix innovation, sustainable mobility, governance of medical technologies, Critical Policy Studies, Science and Technology Studies (STS), Sociology, Political Science
Johannes Starkbaum is a Senior Researcher at the Science, Technology and Social Transformation (STST) research group at the Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS). His research is concerned with open and inclusive modes of research and innovation, as well as with the governance of science and technology.This spans across fields such as science scepticism, autonomous mobility and storage infrastructures for medical data (biobanks). Johannes teached qualitative methods at the University of Vienna and the ECPR Winterschool in Bamberg. Between 2015 and 2017, Johannes has been consultant for the European Infrastructure for Biobanks (BBMRI ERIC CS ELSI). He has been involved in several national and European projects on ethical, legal and social aspects of biobanks and related technologies. Johannes was researcher at the the Department of Political Science and member of the Life-Science-Governance (LSG) Research Platform at the University of Vienna, Austria. Between 2013 and 2015, Johannes was based at the FAU University Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany researching the role of experts and publics in emerging biotechnologies.