Dr. Kilian Bühling
Institute for Media and Communication Studies
Research project "Diffusion dynamics of conspiracy theories and adaptation strategies in hybrid information spaces" (DIFFCONT) part of the NEOVEX research network
Kilian Buehling received his master’s degree in economics from the Dresden University of Technology (TU Dresden), where he subsequently worked as Research Assistant in the Junior Research Group "Knowledge and Technology Transfer". He is currently conducting research in the Research Group "Dynamics of Digital Mobilisation" of the Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society, as well as the research project "Diffusion Dynamics of Conspiracy Theories and Adaptation Strategies in Hybrid Information Spaces” (DIFFCONT) at the Free University of Berlin, which is part of the research consortium NEOVEX. In this context, his research focuses on transnational communication processes and networking dynamics of anti-democratic and conspiracy theory groups in the digital space.
- Political communication in digital public spheres
- Social Network Analysis
- Machine Learning and quantitative methods
Current publications can be found in the profile on the website of the Weizenbaum Institute.