2020. Conference/festival. The Disappearance of Music. Where: Berlin. Organizer: Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW). When: November 13-15.
2020. Workshop. Team meeting with the research project European History Reloaded. Where: Prague. When:
May 29-30. Postponed due to Corona.
2020. Workshop. Metadata. Where: Humlab, Umeå University. Organizer: Humlab and the Baltic National Libraries. When:
June 2-4. Postponed due to Corona.
2020. Conference. 9th Biennal Surveillance & Society Conference. Where: University of Rotterdam. Organizer: Surveillance Studies Network. Activity: Two paper presentations. When:
June 8-10. Postponed due to Corona.
2020. Conference. Dis/Entangling Technoscience: Vulnerability, Responsibility and Justice. Where: Trieste. Organizer: STS Italia. Activity: Panel organizer. When:
June 18-20. Postponed due to Corona.
2020. Conference. Multiple Matters: From Neglected Things to Arts of Noticing Fragility. Where: University of Lausanne. Organizer: Swissmeeting STS. When:
September 7-9. Postponed due to Corona.
2020. Conference. Digital Technology and Heritage: Challenges and Issues. Where: Paris. Organizer: ANR, JPI CH and the French Ministry of Culture. Activity: Project presentation. When:
Sept 29-30. Postponed due to Corona.
2020. Copenhagen Music Conservatory. Was invited by Christian Taagehøy to hold a video lecture for students at the Music Management program.
2019. Basel University, Switzerland. Was invited by Markus Krajewski to hold a lecture on seminar series entitled Die Macht der Algorithmen. November 12.
2019. King's College, London. Was invited by Thomas Hodgson to present ongoing research at a symposium on Algorithmic Music, hosted by the Department of Music and Department of Digital Humanities. April 11.
2019. Södertörn University, Stockholm. Was invited by Mikolaj Dymek to hold a talk about my dissertation at the Department of Media Technology. February 20.
2019. Mines ParisTech, Paris. Was invited by Loïc Riom to hold a Q&A about the book Spotify Teardown at the Centre de Sociologie de I'Innovation (CSI). February 12.
2019. University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Was invited by Richard Rogers to hold a pre-launch of the book Spotify Teardown at the Department of New Media & Digital Culture. January 9.
2018. University of Trondheim, Norway. Was invited by Hendrik Storstein Spilker to hold a talk on digital methods at the Institute for Sociology and Political Science. December 13.
2018. University of Stockholm, Sweden. Was invited by John Sundholm to hold a talk on research politics, data access, and methodological challenges in digital research at the Department of Media Studies (IMS). October 17.
2017. University of Wisconsin--Madison, U.S. Was invited by Jeremy Morris to hold a Skype lecture to a group of bachelor's students on digital methods at the Department of Communication and Arts. December 4.
2017. Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg. Was invited by Johan Lundin to hold a talk on digital methods at the Department of Applied Technology and IT. November 29.
2015. University of California, Santa Barbara . Was invited by Lisa Parks and Jennifer Holt to hold a project presentation at the Department of Film and Media Studies, together with the research group Streaming Cultural Heritage. November 20.
2019. Re-Imagining AI. Where: Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, Basel Switzerland. Organizer: Critical Media Lab at FHNW. Activity: Participant. When: June 20-21
2018. Media Industries: Current Debates and Future Directions. Where: King's College, London, UK Organizer: Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries, King's College. Activity: panel presentation. When: April 18-20
2018. Transmediale: Face Value. Where: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany. Organizer: Transmediale & Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH. Activity: panel presentation. When: February 31 -- Mach 4
2017. Music and Algorithms in a Digital LandscapeWhere: The Royal Swedish Academy of Music, Stockholm. Organizer: The Music Focused Interdisciplinary Research & Analysis Center (MIRAC). Activity: panel presentation. When: November 22-23
2017. Digital Democracy: Critical Perspectives in the Age of Big Data. Where: Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden. Organizer: ECREA Communication and Democracy, ECREA Media Industries and Cultural Production + Södertörn University. Activity: Panel presentation. When: November 10-11
2017. Transmediale: Ever Elusive. Where: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany. Organizer: Transmediale/Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH. Activity: arts performance and paper presentation by invitation from Kristoffer Gansing (artistic director at Transmediale). When: February 2-5
2016. Society for Cinema and Media Studies Yearly Conference. Where: Atlanta, Georgia, US. Organizer: Society for Cinema and Media Studies. Activity: organized a panel + held paper presentation. When: March 30 -- April 3
2016. Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries Yearly Conference. Where: Oslo University, Norway. Organizer: Network for Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries (DHN). Activity: panel presentationWhen: March 15-17
2015. From Media to Materialities: Mapping the Afterlife of Digital Technologies. Where: Umeå University, Sweden. Organizer: HUMlab, Umeå University. Activity: participant. When: May 20-21
2015. Data Power. Where: Sheffield, UK. Organizer: Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield, UK. Activity: panel presentation. When: June 22-23
2015. In the Flow: People, Media, Materialities. Where: Linköping University, Sweden. Organizer: Advanced Cultural Studies Institute of Sweden (ACSIS), Linköping University, Sweden. Activity: panel presentation. When: June 15-17
2014. Genres of Scholarly Knowledge Production. Where: Umeå University, Sweden. Organizer: HUMlab, Umeå University. Activity: panel presentation, by invitation. When: December 10-12
2014. A Transformed Musical Landscape. Where: Stockholm University, Sweden. Organizer: The Music Focused Interdisciplinary Research & Analysis Center (MIRAC), Stockholm University. Activity: paper presentation. When: November 26-27
2019. AI, Recommendations, and the Curation of Culture. Where: Paris, France. Organizers: Jeremy Morris (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Georgina Born (Oxford University), Fernando Diaz (Microsoft Research/Spotify), Ashton Anderson (University of Toronto). When: October 4-5
2019. Re-Imagining AI, pre-conference PhD workshop. Where: Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, Basel Switzerland. Organizer: Critical Media Lab at FHNW. When: June 19-20
2018. European History Reloaded. Where: Utrecht, NetherlandsOrganizer: European History Reloaded research group. When: September 27-28
2018. Data-Driven Humanistic Research II. Where: Stockholm, Royal Library of Sweden. Activity: Was invited to speak on the topic of digital methods. When: April 12-13
2017. Scholarly Exchange at Tromsö University. Where: Tromsö University, Norway. Organizer: Prof. Roshwita Skare. When: November 23-24
2017. Symposium on Video Tracing and Tracking in Digital Humanities Research. Where: Utrecht, Netherlands. Organizer: Netherlands Institute of Sound & Vision. When: October 12
2017. Data-Driven Humanistic Research I. Where: Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)Stockholm Sweden. Activity: Was invited to speak on the topic of digital methods. When: September 15
2017. Digital Methods for Studying Algorithms: Complicating the Socio-Technical Relation. Where: Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden. Teaching professor: Annette Markham (Aarhus). Organizer: YECREA & Södertörn University. When: November 9
2015. A Medium is a Medium is a Medium. Where: Linköping University, Sweden. Organizer: Sensorium Network, Aesthetic Media AnArchaeology. When: September 18-19
2015. Cybernetic Regimes and Subjection: Historical Trajectories and Contemporary Dynamics. Where: University of Bielefeld, Germany. Organizer: Department of Literature Studies at the University of Bielefeld & Umeå University. When: December 5.