Personal profile

Research overview

Andreas' research interests lie in logistics' criticality and pervasive power over our contemporary worlds and their multiple transitions. He is keen on exploring questions of infrastructure, media, power, and planetary dynamics through a logistical lens. He is currently studying some of these themes as part of his PhD research project, which focuses on a Mediterranean logistics hub port and seeks to examine its recent transformations and their social, political, and environmental implications across different scales. Prior to this, he studied transportation engineering, earned a master's degree in logistics and supply chain management, and worked as a logistics officer in a 3PL company. The tasks of combining (old and new) materialisms and imagining futures beyond the bounds of our present-day overlapping crises excite him.