Doctoral students supervised by Prof. Dr. Maximilian Mayer

Further details on the individual dissertational projects can be found on the profile pages of the doctoral candidates.

Simona Autolitano
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Simona Autolitano

Digital sovereignty discourses on the European Union’s cybersecurity policy architecture

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Nicolas Huppenbauer

Negotiating Connectivity: The Coproduction of Chinese Technopolitics and Transnational Digital Infrastructure

Ruth Knoblich
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Ruth Knoblich

The Trilemma of Intellectual Property Regulation in Technologically Advanced Countries with Highly Unequal Societies. South Africa as a Case Study

Yen-Chi Lu, M.A.
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Yen-Chi Lu

Corporate Power and Peripheral Stacks: Chinese ICT Firms and “Smart Infrastructures” in the Periphery

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Philip Nock

Awakening to the Era of Weaponized Interdependence? Semiconductor Production Networks, Sino-US Tech
Competition, and how European Powers Respond

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Frederik Schmitz

Feel‘ the Party - Impacts of emotions on the Chinese Communist Party’s legitimacy

Ryan Swan
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Ryan Swan

Emerging military technologies & deterrence dynamics

Ningjie Zhu

The Path from Policy Objectives to Digital Functionality: Chinese Party-State Algorithmic Regulation in Social Governance

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