About me

I am a PhD student at the Department of Political Science, University of Michigan as well as the DPIR, University of Oxford. Before joining Michigan, I graduated with an MSc In Politics Research from the University of Oxford, St Antony’s College. Prior to that, I obtained a BA Social Sciences from Humboldt University Berlin and a BSc Sustainable Management from the Technical University of Berlin. I also studied at City University of Hong Kong and the University College London. As a political scientist-in-training, I have been focusing on regime change, protest/social movements, and public opinion research. Geographically, I am focusing on the Asia-Pacific region and here in particular Myanmar and Hong Kong. Methodologically, I am interested in mixed methods research, surveys, and experiments.

NOTE: I am currently collecting (protest) survey data from the Hong Kong anti-extradition bill movement, as well as from citizens and NGOs in Myanmar with two survey projects (the Myanmar Political Participation Survey [MPPS] and the Myanmar Civil Society Survey [MCSS]). If you have been approached by us: Thank you very much for your participation!