Michael Hockenhull

PhD Fellow

Research interests

STS, ANT, (big) data, infrastructure, ethnography, data visualisation, digital methods, philosophy of science and of technology.

I have a BA and MA in Philosophy from the University of Copenhagen, where I focused on an eclectic combination of cultural studies, anthropology, digital methods, STS and philosophy of science & technology. Since graduating from there I helped start the ETHOS Lab at ITU, shaping it as an experimental space for thinking about and working with data, digital methods and public-private partnerships.

Since January 2017 I have been a PhD Fellow on the Data as Relation research project and in the TiP Group. My research concerns public-private partnerships during the transition to a more data-driven public sector, and seeks to study the construction, development and adoption of infrastructures for data in various configurations in the Copenhagen region.