Joaquin Santuber is a PhD candidate in the chair of Internet Technologies and Systems, Hasso-Plattner-Institute, University of Potsdam, and a fellow at the HIIG research program The Evolving Digital Society. Joaquin’s work on the performativity of digital technologies in Courts of Justice seeks to shed light on the emergent practices in remote-courts combining sociomaterial approaches to organizing and information systems, embodied-enactive cognition, and affective computing.
Joaquin holds a Law degree from Chile. Currently, he works as a researcher at the HPI-Stanford Design Thinking research program in Potsdam, Germany, with a special focus on legal design in recent years. He’s also the co-founder of This is Legal Design GBR, a Berlin-based consultancy firm, bringing in new insights from research to practice in projects with law firms, legal departments and Courts using rigorous cutting-edge innovation methods and tools.
Fellow: The Evolving Digital Society