Hello! My name is Aleksandra Urman, and I am a (computational) social scientist with a passion for exploring the societal impact of information technology.

Currently, I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at Social Computing Group, University of Zurich. Before joining SCG, I was a research assistant at the Institute of Communication and Media Studies at the University of Bern where I defended my doctoral dissertation on the comparative aspects of political polarization on social media.

I study societally-relevant effects of digitalization, with a particular focus on pressing problems and issues as polarization, far-right radicalization, algorithmic harms, societal and information inequalities.

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