Christian Marks studied Political Science and Law at Bielefeld University and the University of Copenhagen, wrote an his bachelor thesis on the connection between physics and social theory against the backdrop of international politics and is now doing his MA in Political Science at Free University of Berlin. He is especially interested at the intersection of Politics, Law, and Society, as well as social theoretical perspectives on artificial intelligence, and machine ethics. He has been working as a student assistant for the department of global constitutionalism since December 2016.
Student Assistant: Global constitutionalism and Internet
Organisation of Events:Transatlantic Conference "Privacy and Cyber Security on the Books and on the Ground"
From 06.11.2017 to 07.11.2017. Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. Co-Organised by: NYU (International)
Christian Marks, Luis Oala, Marie-Christine Dähn, Jörg Pohle, Dr., Ingolf Pernice, Prof. Dr. Dr.