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Prior to her lectureship appointment, Tanczer was Postdoctoral Research Associate for the EPSRC-funded PETRAS Internet of Things (IoT) Research Hub, where she was part of its "Standards, Governance and Policy" research team.
Tanczer holds a PhD from the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics (HAPP) at Queen's University Belfast (QUB). Her interdisciplinary PhD project included supervision from both social sciences and engineering (ECIT) and focused on the (in)securitisation of hacking and hacktivism.
She studied Political Science (B.A.) at the University of Vienna and University of Limerick (Republic of Ireland) and Political Psychology (MSc.) at Queen's University Belfast.
Tanczer is researching and publishing on Internet-related topics and frequently presenting at academic conferences as well as speaking at public events. She is also involved in teaching at the university level and on executive education programmes, and has experience in providing academic skills support for students, having formerly been part of the Learning Development Service (LDS) at QUB.
If she is not in the office, Tanczer is trying to attend as many of London’s meetups, conferences and CryptoParties as possible, trawls through the Internet for new cat videos, or posts tech or feminist-related articles on Twitter. Oh, and she takes pride in her Erdős number, which is 5.