Felix Lippe

M.Sc.,M.A., Scientific Researcher

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Felix Lippe, M.Sc.,M.A. is scientific fellow at the Austrian Institute for International Affairs. His main research topics are terrorism, extremism and political violence. More specifically, he does research on jihadist networks in Europe, radicalization processes of Foreign Fighters and right-wing extremism on- and offline. He studied psychology and law (M.Sc.) at the University of Maastricht and Peace and Security Studies (M.A.) at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg.




Educational Background

  • Master of Arts in Peace and Security Studies (M.A.), Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, Hamburg, 2015-2016.
  • Master of Science, Psychology and Law (M.Sc.), Maastricht University, 2013-2014.
  • Bachelor of Science Psychology and Neuroscience (B.Sc.), Maastricht university, 2010-2013.
  • Exchange Semester, Universitas Ubaya, Surabaya, 2012-2013.

 

Professional Experience

  • Scientific fellow at the Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Vienna, since 2017.
  • Internship at the Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Vienna, 2016.
  • Teaching Assistant, Maastricht University, 2015.
  • Research Assistant, Maastricht University, Forensic Psychology Department, 2013-2015.
  • Research Internship, Maastricht University, Forensic Psychology Department, 2012-2013.



  • Richard Bach Jensen & Felix Lippe: Are returning foreign fighters future terrorists? NO: Radicalization happens at home. In Daniela Pisoiu & Sandra Hain (Hg.): Theories of Terrorism. An Introduction, Abingdon: Routledge (2017).
  •  Felix Lippe (2018). Das sozial-kognitive Konzept der Selbstwirksamkeitserwartungen im Kontext der Radikalisierung(-sprävention). In Jamal al-Khatib – Mein Weg! Das pädagogische Paket zum Online Streetwork Projekt. Available on https://www.turnprevention.com/materialien