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Dr. Malte Ziewitz

Associate Researcher of the Hans-Bredow-Institut

Dr. Malte Ziewitz is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Science & Technology Studies at Cornell University. Broadly based in Science and Technology Studies (STS), ethnography, and public policy, his research revolves around issues of governance, accountability, and evaluation in digitally networked environments.

His recent work explores evaluative practice in healthcare and and search engine optimization (SEO); algorithmic ordering; the history and performativity of internet governance; the ethical implications of presence technologies; the nature and uses of "crowd wisdom" in regulation; and computational approaches to privacy. As Principal Investigator, he headed the ESRC-funded How's My Feedback? project, a collaborative design experiment to rethink and evaluate online review and rating websites. Malte holds a DPhil from Oxford University, an MPA from Harvard University, and a First State Exam in Law from the University of Hamburg.

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Cornell University
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