Uwe Remer-Bollow is a research assistant at the Institute for Social Sciences at the University of Stuttgart. His research and teaching interests focus on attitudes and political participation, dialogue-oriented forms of citizen participation and quantitative methods (R and Python), often in the field of Computational Social Science / Data Science. Current research projects deal with automated data generation from online sources and the use of georeferenced data. Uwe Remer-Bollow is also in charge of the coordination office of the research network on participation research Baden-Württemberg, befo-bw.
Graduation Magister Artium, master's thesis on "Ambivalent attitudes as moderator of political trust".
Academic staff member at the Institute for Social Science, Department of Political Systems and Political Sociology, University of Stuttgart
07/2011 to 06/2012
Academic associate in the scientific accompanying study of the participation forum "Round Table Pumped Storage Plant Atdorf", funded by the Ministry of Environment, Climate and Energy.
04/201 to 03/2016
Academic staff member at the Institute for Communication Science at the University of Hohenheim working on the pilot project "Sustainable municipal development - together on the way to the future", financed by the Ministry for the Environment, Climate and Energy of Baden-Württemberg.
Academic staff member in the externally funded projecte "Database of Dialogical Participation Procedures" funded by the State Ministry of Baden-Württemberg