Isabell Schrickel is a PhD candidate at the Center for Global Sustainability and Cultural Transformation (Leuphana University / Arizona State University). She studied Media Theory, Art History and Journalism at Humboldt and Freie Universität Berlin and the University of Basel. In 2010 she received her master’s degree with a thesis on the media history of weather forecasting. From 2011-2013 she worked as a research associate at Technische Universität Berlin and in 2013 she began her thesis on the history of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) at MECS. She organized the MECS Annual Conference Dealing with Climate Change – Calculus & Catastrophe in the Age of Simulationin June 2015. She teaches at Humboldt and Leuphana University. From April to October 2017 she will be a visiting scholar at the Harvard Department of the History of Science.
Inter- and Transdisciplinarity
Philosophy of Simulation and Modeling (Environmental Sciences)