Astrid Bötticher is a political scientist and researcher (PhD) writing her Habilitation at the University of Jena. Here, she conducts research on technopolitical processes in the context of the development of disruptive technologies and radical innovations and their implications for power politics and has developed a research program for quantum humanities and social sciences. Here she is particularly interested in the significance of second-generation quantum technology and its importance. 

She is a security expert and her research interests include cyber-criminology and cybersecurity in addition to terrorism research and is also interested in the topic of cryptography and its importance for the stability of institutions. She has written one of the most important textbooks on the topic of methods and theories of extremism research and has published various articles in anthologies and journal articles on the topic of cybersecurity and cybercriminology. She has delivered speeches in Germany and Europe.




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