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Kevin Wiggert

Lupe [1]

Researcher in the DFG-Project "SoCoRob"

Technical University of Berlin
Faculty VI: Planning Building Environment
Institute of Sociology
Department Sociology of Technology and Innovation

Fraunhoferstraße 33-36
Sekretariatszeichen FH 9-1
10587 Berlin

kevin.wiggert@tu-berlin.de

Room: FH 830

Curriculum Vitae
10/20 -
Doctoral Researcher in the project "The social construction of human-robot co-work by means of prototype
work settings (SoCoRob) [2]" (Lead by Ingo Schulz-Schaeffer and Martin Meister)
06/19 - 09/20
Student Assistant in the project "Methodology of the synthetic approach (SynthMeth) [3]" in the Cluster of Excellence SCIoI
03/19 - 05/19
Internship at the German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ) in Tokyo, Japan
10/17 -
09/20
Master's degree in Sociology of Technosciences at the Technical University of Berlin
03/16 -
02/19
Student Assistant at the Chair of Sociology of Technology and Innovation (Prof. Dr. Ingo Schulz-Schaeffer) at the Technical University of Berlin
10/14 - 09/17
Bachelor's degree in Sociology of Technosciences and Hospital Management/Health Technologies at the Technical University of Berlin
10/13 -
09/14
Bachelor's degree in Cultural Anthropology and Sociology at the University of Hamburg. Not finished.
Publications
2022

Schulz-Schaeffer, I., Meister, M., Clausnitzer , T., & Wiggert, K., (im Erscheinen): Sozialität von Robotern aus handlungstheoretischer Perspektive. In Muhle, F. (Hg.): Soziale Robotik. Eine Sozialwissenschaftliche Einführung. Oldenburg: De Gruyter.
2021
Brucksch, S., & Wiggert, K. (2021): Theoretical Reflections on Medical Devices and the Sociocultural Context in the Locale of Japan [4]. In Brucksch, S., & Sasaki, K. (eds.): Humans and Devices in Medical Contexts. Case Studies from Japan. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 21-51.  
 
Wiggert, K. (2021): The Role of Scenarios in Scripting (the Use of) Medical Technology. The Case of Data-driven Clinical Decision Support Systems [5]. Berlin: Technical University of Berlin, Institutional Repository DepositOnce.
2020
Schulz-Schaeffer, I., Meister, M., Wiggert, K., & Clausnitzer , T. (2020): The Social Construction of Human Robot Co-Work by Means of Prototype Work Settings [6]. Berlin: Technical University of Berlin, Department of Sociology of Technology and Innovation, Working-Paper: TUTS-WP-2-2020.
Talks and Presentations
2021
“Unplausible Problemlösungen als Ausdruck einer Verselbständigung Technischer Problemlösungsversprechen. Beispiele aus der Kollaborativen Robotik” (mit Tim Clausnitzer), Klausurtagung des DFG Schwerpunktprogramms 2267 „Digitalisierung der Arbeitswelten“, 14.10.2021, virtuell.  
 
„Vertrauen in künstlich intelligente Maschinen im Kontext der Gesundheitsarbeit“, Klausurtagung des DFG Schwerpunktprogramms 2267 „Digitalisierung der Arbeitswelten“, 13.10.2021, virtuell.  
 
“Stringing Together Case Studies of Technology Development and Innovation by Subject, Time, or Topic” (mit Ingo Schulz-Schaeffer, Tim Clausnitzer), 4S Annual Meeting [7] 2021, Panel “Robustness in STS Research Designs and Methods – Making a Difference in Uncertain Worlds?”, 06.10.2021, virtuell.  
 
„The Social Construction of Human-Robot Co-Work by Means of Prototype Work Settings“ (mit Ingo Schulz-Schaeffer, Martin Meister, Tim Clausnitzer), SASE Conference „After Covid? Critical Conjunctures and Contingent Pathways of Contemporary Capitalism“ [8], 05.07.2021, virtuell.  
 
“Scripting the Use of Medical Technology – The Case of Data-based Clinical Decision Support Systems”, Biomedical AI CDT Seminar series [9], UKRI Research Node on Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Governance and Regulation, 26.05.2021, virtuell.  
 
„Data-driven Clinical Decision Support Systems or: Big Data is not Big Enough“, International Conference „Fair Medicine and Artificial Intelligence: Chances, Challenges, Consequences“ [10], 05.03.2021, virtuell.
2020
„Scenarios of Distributed Agency in Human-Robot-Collaborations in Industry and Care“ (mit Tim Clausnitzer), Workshop 2020 of the STS-Technology-Section of the German Association for Social Science Research on Japan (VSJF) [11], 21.11.2020, virtuell.
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